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I bought a bird feeder. I hung

it on my back porch and filled

it with seed. What a beauty of

a bird feeder it was, as I filled it

lovingly with seed.. Within a

week we had hundreds of birds

taking advantage of the

continuous flow of free and

easily accessible food.

But then the birds started

building nests in the boards

of the patio, above the table,

and next to the barbecue.

Then came the poop. It was

everywhere: on the patio tile,

the chairs, the table ...

everywhere!

Then some of the birds

turned mean. They would

dive bomb me and try to

peck me even though I had

fed them out of my own

pocket.<

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I have a bird feeder too. There are many parasitic birds that are not indigenious to the U.S. that come to it, and are not protected by game laws; they make good targets and provide hours of entertainmentEvil Bat. Then there are the doves; they are protected most of the year, but on September 1st when the season opens....... I know their fligt paths and I'm waiting to collect their dues. As for the rest of the birds, they are seasonal, so they come in and look pretty and entertaining to watch and listen too, and then they leave like tourist.
Maybe we could learn something from this too.
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

I have a bird feeder too. There are many parasitic birds that are not indigenious to the U.S. that come to it, and are not protected by game laws; they make good targets and provide hours of entertainmentEvil Bat. Then there are the doves; they are protected most of the year, but on September 1st when the season opens....... I know their fligt paths and I'm waiting to collect their dues. As for the rest of the birds, they are seasonal, so they come in and look pretty and entertaining to watch and listen too, and then they leave like tourist.
Maybe we could learn something from this too.
   YEAH!  Don't stop at your house for dinner! LOL
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