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Hummingbird Feeders

Hummingbirds, those amazing little winged marvels that seem to burn more energy than they consume, are pushovers when it comes to attracting birds to your yard.  Flowers are the simplest way to draw them, especially bright tubular ones like salvia … Continue reading

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Lazarus, the Comeback Costa’s

Monday, December 27, 2010 was a chilly 46 degrees as Good Morning America ended its first segment.  Our daily routine includes the news, coffee and bird watching from bed.  Gray Head, the Hooded Oriole that refuses to migrate, made his predictable … Continue reading

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Wild Bird Pets and Birds as Threats to Pets

This month we’re looking at two aspects of birds and pets:  can the wild birds of your yard become familiar enough to be considered ‘pets’, and are any of your real pets, dogs and cats, at risk around SaddleBrooke’s wild … Continue reading

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