Awnings can be a real nuisance for some backyard birds and even cause damage to property.

So here are some tips for keeping birds and other insects out of the way.

The American Bird Conservancy recommends making sure that the outside of your shed or barn has an opening for bird-friendly light, so that the birds can see the daylight through the window.

Also, keep your house as far from windows and doors as possible, so the birds cannot get inside and get a better view of the house.

If you are in a backyard where there are no windows or doors, you can still put a canopy over your shed, as long as it’s a minimum of two feet high and has a window.

But make sure you can see all of your birds in that area.

That way, the birds will be able to see the birds and the neighbors, and the house will still be secure.

The Conservancy also recommends installing bird-proofing material around your shed to help keep birds from getting in.

Birds can get inside the shed if there’s an opening on the outside, but a few simple measures can keep the bird from getting into the house and damaging the shed.

Take your time when installing the bird-safe material.

The material should be easy to find, since it has to be in the same color as the bird’s feathers, according to the Conservancy.

You can find it at any hardware store, craft store, yard supply store or Home Depot.

And don’t be afraid to use a product called a spray, which is a paint spray that you can spray onto the outside surface of your yard.

For extra security, you could also use a bird-shelter for your bird-resistant bird feeder.

It’s usually made from fiberglass, plastic or metal.

The shelter should have a mesh opening so that birds can easily get in.

When using a birdproofing product, you also need to make sure that it’s not too strong or too thin.

The more solid the material, the more birds will get inside, and then they will have trouble escaping the nest and will damage the bird feeders.

If your shed is only about one foot from the ceiling, it may be better to stick to a minimum height of two or three feet to avoid the possibility of a small bird getting into your home.

If the birds get in the house, they will be very dangerous.

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