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So many people don’t recognize how
important bees truly are to our way of life
[“Bees are in crisis,” November 2013]. Hopefully more people will start to get involved and
help to make a healthier environment for the
My husband and I were so excited to see
the article “Sprout shout-out” in your October
issue. You have inspired me to cook Brussels
sprouts a whole new way. I have never roasted
my Brussels sprouts. The recipes were so amazing. The flavor was just unbelievable. We used
to not eat Brussels sprouts; now we can’t get
enough of them. I am never going back to plain
old boring steaming.
Woodbury, New York
More on ferals
The October 2013 article “Don’t fear the
feral” and subsequent November Dialogue comments continue to elicit opinions from readers.
Responses have come from both sides, with some
in favor of trap-neuter-return and others dismayed at the loss of avian life due to ferals and
domesticated outdoor cats.—Editor
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Feral cats kill millions—yes, millions—of
native birds and songbirds annually in the
U.S. People do not release domesticated dogs
into the wild to survive on their own, and
neither should they do so with cats.
Vadnais Heights, Minnesota
The letters that followed your October
article prompted me to add my personal
Our two neutered feral cats coexist with
our birds who use a raised bird feeder and
bath. Although the cats have tried, they are no
match for birds and squirrels in trees and thick
bushes. Rats and moles have not done so well.
Amelia Island, Florida
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