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Henry Marsh Trail Feeders


Hello - I was walking the Henry Marsh trail last weekend, and took some sunflower seeds along for the feeders, but they weren't there! I wondered if they're coming back or whether the folks that put them up last year got too frustrated with the squirrel population raiding the stash.

I wonder if people might be inclined to go in together to fund the purchase of a few squirrel-buster feeders to put along the trail. I think - and I know others do too -- that the activity at the feeders is a welcome opportunity to see some wild birds over the long winter months. Of course, the birds ger fairly tame, and maybe that's a bad thing, but I've seen people out there with young children delighting in the proximity of the chickadees, nuthatches and squirrels!

If the feeders went up this week, please ignore my post. But we might still want to think about putting up some larger, squirrel-deterrent feeders. I would be happy to contribute - or even organize it using this board if people would like.

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