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  1. #1
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    Default Amazed it is still here

    check out this bird's work. I'm not sure how the bird got the stuff all the way down in there without getting zapped. The material was packed in there pretty tight.

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    Default Re: Amazed it is still here

    R20 with electric heat.

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    Default Re: Amazed it is still here

    Wow, just wow!


  4. #4
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    Default Re: Amazed it is still here

    Kinda hazardous, eh? FYI - If occupied by a nesting native bird species, it is against federal law to disturb the nest. It would seem the only legal, safe solution to the problem is to disconnect the power until the bird family has flown the coop.


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    Default Re: Amazed it is still here

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Low View Post
    Kinda hazardous, eh? FYI - If occupied by a nesting native bird species, it is against federal law to disturb the nest. It would seem the only legal, safe solution to the problem is to disconnect the power until the bird family has flown the coop.
    Happen to have a link to the law, Bruce? Or a name under which I can look for it?

    Thanks


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    Default Re: Amazed it is still here

    Quote Originally Posted by david shapiro View Post
    Happen to have a link to the law, Bruce? Or a name under which I can look for it?

    Thanks

    Since you're in MD, here's a "local" link..........

    The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 - Wildlife and Heritage Service - Maryland Department of Natural Resources


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