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Birds Eating My Garden NOT Hot Tip

Updated on May 14, 2009

BIRDS:: NO Loitering

Don,t you just love it? You grow this beautiful garden and have all this incredible food popping up from the ground. You are PROUD. You did a fine job. Then one morning or evening.you notice your garden appears smaller or shorter. Yikes. You run to take the appropriate action to find the birds have been having a picnic with the corn, beans, radishes?, beets.What do birds NOT like? Think now. OK, time is up.. SNAKES. So make one out of your Garden hose Wrap it up like a snake I did not say the woman down the street that screams at your kids for stepping on her lawn. Did I? (FTF) for the fun silly.

For reels wrap the hose into a tight circle stacking each loop around on top of the others, making it a bit smaller. Build Snake Eyes as tall as you would like. Use a 6ft, 12ft. hose, you choose. Poke the last foot or so into the top of the hose poking the spray nozzle towards the garden. Walla," snake a crow". The "scare a crow," has done wonders for many years. Trust me snake eyes can get the job done. You will not be defeated. It is too cool how the small things can be such a blessing.You gotta love it. The birds FLEE. They do not care for the snake. Wonder Why? The birds get a bit smarter so move the hose every other day at least.

                                         Cheerio..... 4 now.. With Love,Patti B,

                                                May God Bless You and Yours.

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      skye2day 5 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      Peggy W thank you for sharing sister. You are a love. This works. Although I do not have veg garden any longer I am a witness to the hose thing. Hugs Galore precious one.

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      RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

      Your garden hose idea is a good one. Plastic/rubber snakes look very real and are as low as $1 in some stores, and they even fool the neighbors. Ours tried to kill one with a hoe! We've used them with great success.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      I would never have thought to do this. This tip is worth voting up, useful and it will be SHARED. Thanks! I think that more hoses are going to be sold because of this hub. Ha!

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      skye2day 5 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      pegcole 17 oh finally I get back to you. oops. Anyway it works get rid of those ugly snakes. Tee hee. It works. Love you sister. Hugs Galore

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      skye2day 5 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      brett.tesol hey i forgot about this tip. It works for reels. I will be over to check out your hubs!!!!!!!!!

      God Bless you brett.

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      skye2day 5 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      my minds eye53 good question. Well one would no if one tried. Are chicken smart? I think most living things do not favor snakes. Try n fool em. Let me know if it works. Thank you for coming to visit. I will come and see what is shining on your pages. Hugs

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      My Minds Eye53 5 years ago from Tennessee

      will snakes keep chickens out?

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      Brett Caulton 5 years ago from Thailand

      Up, useful and funny. What a clever idea, but can see why it works!

      Thanks for SHARING.

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      Peg Cole 5 years ago from Dallas, Texas

      Snakes. What a good idea to make one out of a garden hose. I'll try this idea. Thank you.

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