Greetings from the Maine seacoast.

omegaman

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Hello from the Maine seacoast. I am new to the forum but have been following it for months. I have 15 - 4 month old birds, 2 roos and 13 hens. It is a mix of RIR, NHR, BR. They are all living in the temporary mobile coop I built and will be moving in to a 12X10 coop with solar power and automatic door opener as soon as my building permit gets signed. We have lots and lots of coyotes but with the addition of a radio playing music 24/7 they have stopped probing the fence. This site has been a great help.
 

Kevin565

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Sally Sunshine

cattywampus
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I wonder if my neighbors would mind hearing music in the mnts here, great idea! what kind of music the coyotes don't like? he he he

Welcome and I soooo love to visit Maine its breathtaking!!

LL
 

omegaman

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I have it on the NH. NPR because there is lots of talking and the play classical music. The radio volume is very low but coyotes have great hearing. My avatar is the light house is nubble light and it is 10 minutes away from me.
 

Sally Sunshine

cattywampus
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I have it on the NH. NPR because there is lots of talking and the play classical music. The radio volume is very low but coyotes have great hearing. My avatar is the light house is nubble light and it is 10 minutes away from me.
awesome!
 

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