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The feeding troughs were hung by Mospriroda employees together with the youth activists of Mosenergosbyt JSC.

Within the framework of the environmental educational campaign “Tit-bird” in the Terletsky forest park, measures were taken to maintain and restore the number of animals living in the park. Employees of Mospriroda, together with the youth activists of Mosenergosbyt JSC, hung up new “bird restaurants”.

Last weekend in a specially protected natural area, ten feeders were hung to feed wintering birds. The feeders were handmade by the employees of the energy company. They are all made from wood-based materials and creatively decorated with nature-themed designs.

Severe frosts in Moscow and deep snow cover make it difficult to find food for birds. In addition, in February, natural sources of food are already practically drying up. Regular feeding of birds allows to survive this period. Now you can put unroasted and unsalted sunflower seeds, nuts, millet or oats, dried mountain ash and hawthorn in the feeders.

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