No, it isn't me with this great idea!

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    elias39
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    Pam2
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    That’s great.

    🐿

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      elias39
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      @pam2

      Maybe a neat summer project when I’m not in my garden.

      I’m going out to plant some lettuce right now. I have Black Seeded Simpson, Parris Island Romaine and Pirat Butterhead. (Don’t ask where those names come from. High Mowing Organic Seed Co)

       

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    Pam2
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    ..I made a rain shelter for some baby bunnies. Haven’t seen any this year. 🐇

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    jwirr
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    I have squirrels in my backyard in the pine trees. What is it that they like that we eat? During the winter I threw out some sweets and they disappeared but don’t know what ate them – squirrels or rabbits. I also send food for the deer to my son-in-law as they are pretty much feeding in their yard.

    jwirr

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      NV Wino
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      Make sure they are not salted. I think sunflower seeds work, too. Bread usually gums up innards on all kinds of animals, so I wouldn’t do bread.

      @jwirr

      “As we act, let us not become the evil that we deplore.” Barbara Lee
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      • #298047

        jwirr
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        You. I am getting my chair out of the garage so I can set outside during this self-quarantine and that will give me something to watch. I have had enough of my room already!!

        jwirr

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    Red Cloud
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    So at first these smart little bastardoes had their way. Then I read up that they map their area of nuts in their brains to make next year’s foraging a breeze. Surprise! I had pile of pile cones awaiting them where the bare roots were and sticky goo on the trunks as a second line of defense. Victory over the tree rats! Victory!

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      elias39
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      I have a big black walnut tree in my yard. Do you know how hard it is to shell a friggin walnut?! But whatever I don’t collect disappears fast.

      They have some serious little teeth – I’ve seen it up close.  Don’t ask.

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