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3868
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Squirrel Defense Initiative Designs, Inc., a company started by Richard and Edward Welsh of Greensboro, has a unique creation. It gives the squirrel a tiny electric shock when it tries to get at the bird seed. In January, 1998, Birdwatch Americas national trade show in Atlanta named it the year's best product.
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26571
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Birdhouses and feeders can attract birds to the backyard during the North Carolina winter. Important guidelines to remember when feeding birds is to maintain a constant food supply, keep feeders clean and separate from water sources.
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Friend of Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 36 Issue 2, Mar/Apr 1989, p10, il
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10789
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Feeding birds during the winter months provides them with needed nourishment and gives the provider many pleasurable moments of bird watching.
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38201
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A small pine tree can be decorated with edible treats for the enjoyment of the birds and the participants.
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38782
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The author urges the reader to put up a bird feeders in their backyard for the pleasure of the birds and the people able to enjoy watching them.