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Make your garden bird friendly

By: Garden Gate staff
If you have a garden, you probably have birds coming to visit. But how can you make your garden even more attractive to birds so you pull in more kinds and keep them around longer?

PHOTO: © Philip Coleman

make your garden bird friendly

Published: Nov. 9, 2010
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