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#1 of 9 Old 04-21-2005, 08:24 AM - Thead Starter
 
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I have a suet feeder and a redular bird feeder. I really enjoy watching the birds and the cats love it too!
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We have two- a bird house feeder and a bird feeder that's a little church.
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Yes. I have a big one in the back yard. I'm not sure what kind it is, really. We just pour wild bird feed in it. I actually saw birds using it for the first time yesterday. Once we cut the trees back there, they can actually see it. And we have a TON of birds this year. We also have some hummingbird feeders that I want to put out this year. I just haven't gotten around to it. We got them when they were closing out last season't garden stuff, and I haven't hooked them up yet. I want to do that as soon as it quits raining.
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No, I don't have one yet. I just planted the only tree in my yard last year. By mid summer the branches should be strong enough to hold one!
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We have one in the back yard. The dang squirrels won't stay out of it though and they keep chewing through the rope holding it up. DH has been having lots of target practice!!

We have a hummingbird one that we need to get up this year.
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Well, we still have no trees in our yard. Suits me fine though, I do not like birds.
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I have a metal plant hanger thingy...ummm shepards hook looking thing that mine hang from.
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We have several.
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Nope. Tutti likes to kill the birds. Don't need anything to make more come in the yard.

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