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Re: tent cat/ birds

Aw man, I'd kill to have bats in my yard.  How cool is that?

Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

In a message dated 5/9/2005 11:13:16  P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 
vmetzke@gmail.com writes:

When I  have put up feeders I just get the nasty starlings!  I already
have  American arborvitae, filbert, lilac, hackberry, false
spirea...they seem to  be very content for houseing and food? 
Cardinals, doves, sparrows, humming  birds, finch and others I am not
total sure of their line.  They  really help keep the
insects(mosquitos) down too!   or was that  the bats?

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