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Bird lovers will do well to take note -
Fri 18-Dec-09
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Toffeeapple
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I have just been reading this article from the RSPB web-site, please take note.

http://www.rspb.org.uk/news/details.asp?id=tcm:9-237136

We don't want to lose any of our little feathered friends do we?

I'll try that again!

Sat 19-Dec-09
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Danny
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Wow. I had no idea.

Good link, TA.

Humans just haven't got a clue, really.

Never knowingly underfed

Tue 22-Dec-09
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I somehow think turkey fat might solidify here, however I won't risk it.

Thu 24-Dec-09
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Thanks Toffeeapple, I love my birds and would hate to harm them. I am sending this link to lots of friends too.

Old teachers never die, they just lose their class

Thu 24-Dec-09
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Thanks for passing the link on, I think it is so important.

I'll try that again!

Fri 25-Dec-09
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I don't feed wildlife, I don't believe in it but having said that, where I live we don't get snow (not in my corner of the world anyway) but have planted lots of native trees for them and they can always get to the chooks water bowl

I have copied and pasted that article on another forum that I am involved in as someone on their mentioned suet so thanks for that

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