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Wendy Bird: A reminder to feed the birds today

By Wendy Butler Burt

On a day like today, when everything is encased in ice or under crusted snow, it's especially important to feed the birds. Fill your feeders and scatter seed on the ground. It may be the only food they're able to find today. - Wendy Butler Burt

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Birds of Kentucky: Birds battle for food in the snow

2014-03-03 - E Fortune Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
In the battle for food, starlings usually run off smaller, cuter, little brown birds. We're following the wisdom of Wendy Bird, and feeding the flock today, despite no great love for starlings. - Linda

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Birds of Kentucky: Cardinal gets the seed

2014-03-03 - Fortune Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
- This Cardinal battled Starlings for food this morning and won. - Linda Waggener

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