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experiences in bird feeding: journal entry 8/13/2021 (1 Viewer)


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So I went through a number of iterations, finally settling on this one as a) high enough to discourage squirrels and b) the birds found it/would eat at it:

The mealworm hiatus stopped the mockingbirds coming by, they haven't seem to have returned/figured out the new setup.

I've got a few new birds stopping by too. Once I get good IDs on them I'll post.

The camera solution was revised as well, lighting is not as good, still pondering what to do there.
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