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Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder Stokes Select 38069 protects suet from large birds and squirrels

provides for the smaller bird species as they go in and out of it, yet larger birds and yes, squirrels can't get in and raid your suet.

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  • The Garden Plot

    06/14/17 ,via The Stokes News

    Birdseed, bird baths and hummingbird food: With the heat and possibly some dry summer days ahead, please keep plenty of fresh water in the feeders to make birds welcome on your lawn. The hummingbirds are in full swing and need some nutrition from 

  • Rockingham Plan Your Week June 18-24

    06/18/17 ,via Greensboro News & Record

    Join Hanging Rock State Park Ranger Jason Anthony and Rockingham County Historian Bob Carter as they share information about Rockingham and Stokes County's mineral springs, including the Sauratown Mountains, Piedmont, Moores and Vade Mecum Springs, and

  • Want to avoid black bears? Ditch bird feeders

    03/23/17 ,via Detroit Free Press

    The state Department of Natural Resources is warning residents who don't want their back yards to become hotspots for black bears to remove a common lure for them: bird feeders. The state estimates there are about 2,000 black bears in the northern

  • Determined squirrel tries utmost to steal food from bird feeder

    02/28/17 ,via Get Surrey

    His (or her) mission was to steal peanuts from a bird feeder, but unfortunately for him it did not go to plan. He then turns the feeder upside down to get the peanuts out that way but they fall to the bottom of the feeder and his mission proves

  • Encounters With The Goshawk

    11/22/16 ,via

    My first encounter with a Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) was in June 1980, while guiding a group of Dartmouth College students on a 10-day canoe trip in the St. Regis Wilderness Area of the Adirondacks. We had just finished paddling across one

Coroners Inquests in Gloucestershire from The Gloucester Journal 1832
Coroner's Inquests were usually held within the space of 48 hours following a death that appeared to be of a suspicious or unexplained nature. They were usually held in a local public-house, ale house, municipal...
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