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Offline westinbrodey  
#1 Posted : 04 April 2018 00:36:05(UTC)
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Hello,

I am making repairs on my bird houses. I had very good luck with bird houses when I lived in town but out here in the country I am not having good luck getting wrens in my houses. Today I learned there is a problem with my blue bird house so I changed it. Maybe there will be blue birds in it this spring.I hear wrens in my yard all summer but no luck getting them to live in my houses, I always had wrens in them when I lived in town.Red Birds live in dense bushes not bird houses. I need to plant a bush.I need to attract different birds? Do finches & chickadees live in houses? Does anyone have proven bird house plans that attract these 2 birds or other birds?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:-
https://www.helpfulgarde...571dc925ad3d023459fca137

Thanks

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Offline Alexstone  
#2 Posted : 06 February 2019 03:22:43(UTC)
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It's good to keep birds in the garden as a part of a member of the garden. But have you ever thought about the pests that might get attracted towards birds and their eating? One of my cousins is also fond of keeping many of pests at home such as rats, birds, mouse etc.. but at a certain duration of time, these pests become a nuisance to her, as they were damaging the plants and other things in the garden and at home. So to avoid this she contacted the pest Exterminator Bronx NY for keeping the rest of the unwanted pests out of home and garden.

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Offline chrisjordan  
#3 Posted : 04 March 2019 06:24:10(UTC)
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There are lots of great reasons to make your yard and garden more welcoming to birds. But here's one more: pest control. Most backyard birds eat a combination of seeds, berries and insects.

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Offline martynripley  
#4 Posted : 04 July 2019 04:10:53(UTC)
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thanks for information. There are lots of great reasons to make your yard and garden more welcoming to birds.
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