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Date Posted: 17:25:15 05/09/02 Thu
Author: qwert
Subject: Yeah, but then...
In reply to: Mai is a simple gal!! So entertained by birds! 's message, "Lol!! I love hearing your first bird feeding experiences!!! I've" on 17:02:44 05/09/02 Thu

I get the "grasses" you were talking about.

How do I know if the hummingbird food has fermented? Do I smell it? And will they be able to find it if it's hanging off a tree, but kind of down in the branches? I can only see it from certain angles now, because the tree got leaves on it since I originally hung it.

If you've just gotten hummingbirds, I can't be far behind, I'm thinking. I want to be prepared. :-)

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