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The birdseed in the feeders lasts a lot longer if I bring the feeders in at night when there's snow on the ground. The deer leave the feeders alone as long as there's no snow, but as soon as there's snow on the ground, they go after the easy stuff.

The birds haven't been eating much, largely because it's been windy and precipitating, and I think the hawk has been hanging around -- I've seen him quite often in the last week and a half, and SR saw him hunkered down under one of the evergreens today.
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Date: 2016-01-19 06:04 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] rono-60103.livejournal.com
Our local birds (here in sunny-ish San Diego where winter means a bit of rain) empty our tube feeder in about two days. Not that the cats (who are the prime beneficiaries of the bird-based, observational only, entertainment) mind.

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