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andy mckee

Nice article, Helen. I've got the same bleeders here, but the tits take care of most of them. Hooray for biodiversity!

Helen Gazeley

Thank you, Andy. I've noticed quite a few bluetits on the plums, so fingers crossed they know what they're meant to be doing!

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