urbanHog312 wrote:winter is mild. birds are more spread out on multiple food source so they dont need the feeders yet. sparrows are invasive and spread diseases to native birds so hell with em.
oldsalt wrote:Everybody is getting out of this state.
Aux Pleins wrote:One company called ArcelorMittal, blows right past the Clean Water Act standards and dumps obscene amounts of harmful chemicals into Lake Michigan on an average of every 18 days. That's right, every 18days they decide aw fuck the law, let's dump cyanide into lake Michigan because the E.P.A. doesn't care anymore. Don't believe me, read up for yourself...
urbanHog312 wrote:winter is mild. birds are more spread out on multiple food source so they dont need the feeders yet.
SmalliesNEyes wrote:Super mild winter, and the ground has yet to freeze at all, so they have an abundance of food sources. None of my feeders have seen any activity so far. Normally I fill up the thistle feeder 3-4 times per winter from the finches gorging on it, and I haven't even had to refill it once, and the first fill is still more than half full from back around Thanksgiving.
Grain wrote:I have a bird and he is every bit too much as he usually is.
badger75 wrote:oldsalt wrote:Everybody is getting out of this state.
HA! So true.
Maybe the birds left 'cause the "gov" found a way to tax them too.
RonG wrote:They are so tasty and I've developed a hankering for them. Not much meat on them...the puffy winter feathers give the illusion that they are a little beefier. I fear I may have overharvested.
badger75 wrote:Maybe the birds left 'cause the "gov" found a way to tax them too.
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