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Just like my website this newsletter will focus on helping you get more enjoyment out of watching birds right in your own backyard.

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  • Tips for attracting more birds to your yard.
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  • Bird house and nesting topics.
  • Wild Bird news.
  • New recipes for making your own bird feeder treats.
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