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Re: On the Subject of Birds

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In NJ the crows work agianst the hawks in large numbers. Many hawks are injured by crows. If I hear a big racket of crows I know they are harassing a hawk.If people would stop using poison for rodents alot of owls would not die.Yeah,I'm a bird lover.

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 Re: On the Subject of Birds in reply to dr sportster, 02-19-2013 05:46:59  
To see owl balls containing rat skulls acumilate around a owl's roost is testament to thier rodent control. I figure the few chickens lost to raptors over the years were more than offset by rodents taken by the raptors. Well there "might have been" a couple of s s & s incidents when things got out of hand. Snakes also get some undeserved head bashings. The best example of snake's value I have witnessed was in some stored hay. We stored peanut hay in an old barn then moved the cows from the adjoining pasture. 18 months later we needed the old barn for other storage. We carried grain scoops and seed forks expecting to find nothing but baling wire and rat turds to clear out. It turned out the hay was only lightly damaged thanks to a couple of snakes residing in the stack.

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