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Good fences make good neighbors of humans, wildlife

Pictured is an orchard near Langley, Washington, that shows netting thrown over a small fruit tree to discourage foraging by birds. Netting is cheap but is cumbersome to drape over anything but small fruit trees, berry-laden vines and shrubs. Even small openings will allow birds to feed. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

Pictured is an orchard near Langley, Washington, that shows netting thrown over a small fruit tree to discourage foraging by birds. Netting is cheap but is cumbersome to drape over anything but small fruit trees, berry-laden vines and shrubs. Even small openings will allow birds to feed. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

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