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Fake snake: Saving blueberries?

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Leader photo by GLYNN HARRIS Fake snakes may be the best way to keep birds away from fruit trees. At least that’s one of the recommendations being made by various outdoorsmen who are trying to prevent their berry crops from being “raided.”

About this time last year, I wrote about finding a couple of huckleberry bushes in my yard.

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