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Wild for Fat

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Hanging fresh suet is the least I can do for all the enjoyment these birds give us day after day

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10 thoughts on “Wild for Fat”

  1. I knew this would be what the post was and I love it! Due to your photos, I ordered a hummingbird feeder, a bird feeder and a plastic bird feeder that attaches to the window. I am going to try like heck to get some decent bird photos!

  2. I try to feed my birds and get swallowed up and beat up with Starlings. How do I move those flocks of birds out so fun birds can come?

    Linda
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    1. LOL I have only seen a few Starlings here 😦 I would find out what they LOVE and place something for them far away from where you feed the others πŸ™‚
      Eunice

      Mine get along or I step outside!

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