A boy is out in the forest, looking for a good spot to set up his bird house. He walks around until he finds an old tree-stump with one side that still has bark on it and decides that this will be perfect. The stump becomes home to many birds who find refuge there every year while they are nesting or raising their young ones safely away from predators like coyotes, foxes, raccoons, bobcats, etc.; all of which also visit during other times of the season when food sources become scarce such as wintertime where prey animals can’t hide under deep snow coverings anymore so these hunters have easier access into denser brushy areas near streams and rivers; most importantly though – at least for now –
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