Spring into action, Mr. Nutter, and transfer seeds to safety, leaving rejectamenta for blowers and rakes.

Winter’s quinzhee has melted by now, but it’s former denizens left behind useful items which are up for takes.

The neighbour’s dog protects that oak with a circumferential surplus of acorns fallen; hit it when he’s asleep.

Invigilate surroundings from highest branch to identify marauders and any missed treats you could still reap. ; )

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