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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.

Each newsletter contains backyard birding information specific to that month and season.

It includes current monthly information on:

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

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