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I learnt some ideas for putting off squirrels from raiding bird feeders at the card fair.Originally Posted by Czevski
1. Open up 2 wire coat hangers and link to form a long wire. Loop the wire onto a springy tree branch which will give under a squirrel's weight. Hang the feeder from the wire. Squirrels don't like the long wire.
2. Make a feeder from 2 clear plastic food dishes (top one inverted) connected by a cylinder of wire mesh. The plastic must be see through for the birds to see the food. Drill a drainage hole in the bottom dish so food stays dry. Hang the assembly from the wire coat hanger assembly.
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That's a great shot showing the lake.Originally Posted by skimonkey
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The trees where I live don't show the nice colours yours do. Most of the trees in my city are elm trees and the leaves normally turn only various shades of yellow before dropping.Originally Posted by skimonkey
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I think we missed the peak of color by about week with some of the pics, but still was able to catch some of the changes!