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Re: rats & birdseed

In a message dated 03/31/2005 8:50:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
So do you still find seed everywhere, or is it just due to the shells that
mine are making this mess?
They're somewhat messy, but they and the squirrels pick up all the
fallen seed.  The mess is more bird droppings than seed. Starlings
make the worst mess because they eat something red - I thought
it was dogwood, but that's been gone for months, so maybe it's 
barberry or multiflora roses - and poop red all over the place.  Starlings
are the biggest nuisnace hers.  

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