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Just as Dumbledore could pull a thought from his ear and drop it in a birdbath to reveal the secrets of the past, these soothsayers pore over sales data of the past year to divine hints of the future.
Dimitri Thomas targeted raindrops in a backyard birdbath while Arden Kinser caught autumn leaves reflected in a pond at the Oregon Garden.
And most important of all, a heated birdbath, because nothing drinks ice, will ensure your visitors keep coming back.
The massive of amounts of rain Irma dumped on the region left standing water just about everywhere, including in birdbaths, gutters, backyard containers, ditches and even bottle caps — perfect places for mosquitoes to lay their eggs.
Outdoor containers, such as swimming pools, birdbaths and flower pots, which may collect and hold water where mosquitoes can breed, should be emptied frequently.
Add a fountain or birdbath near your vegetable garden so birds have a water source other than the moisture in your vegetables. •
Pence implored Americans to take steps to help rebuild the bee population, from building a hive to planting bee-friendly flowers, herbs and vegetables to setting up a birdbath.
Glass birdbath, $42.99; stand, $19.99; wiggler, $39.99.
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