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bird control

Posted by dosperros az (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 22, 06 at 14:53

I have been having bird problems for the last few years and aside from putting bird netting over everything I grow in my vegetable garden I haven't been able to discourage them.At first I thought it was quail until I started watching closely and now I find it's small sparrow like birds that love newly emerged seedlings,especially winter crops like spinach and collards,but they also eat fully grown plants down to nothing when exposed.Anyone have any ideas how to keeep them away?

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Bird netting .... or a shotgun

RE: bird control

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