If the birds to your “fly-n-dine” are less than populated, the Christmas tree you plan on setting out by the curb may just be the ticket in luring in more winged patrons.
Birds are a nervous bunch, you never see them with their faces buried in the seeds, or just concentrating on the meal in front of them. No, they are always looking around, and quite nervously I might add. If there’s no cover to duck into at a moment’s notice they might not grace your eatery.
This is where the “served its purpose” Christmas tree comes in. Just prop it up 10 to 15 feet from your feeder. This will give your customers a place to run to if they sense danger.
When spring comes, then you can set it out by the curb.
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