Birds and Berries

Birds and Berries

I became a bird-watcher completely by accident. Several years ago, I planted a pair of serviceberry trees, thinking of sweet jams and muffins. And like the robin at left, birds flocked to my berries, eating them faster than I could pick them. So instead of mourning lost jams, I turned the berry plants into the cornerstones of my bird garden. Here are a few easy dos and don’ts that will make your garden a bird haven, too:

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Antoine RomeraPosted on  1:56 pm - Jul 2, 2010

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