I moved it this afternoon. Also redirected some vines that could serve as 
launch points for the chipmunks. That kind of sucks because the vines also 
serve as shelter and perches. I think they'll be fine. I'll send photos as 
things progress. This is very exciting.


On June 23, 2014, at 5:46PM, "Laura J. Heisey" wrote:

They really went to town today. The hollowed out parts of both baskets are 
stuffed with moss and all kinds of other material.

One basket is accessible by chipmunks, which I know is disastrous for the 
wrens. It's hanging on a shepherd's hook attached to the porch railing. I can 
remove the hook and hang the basket directly from the roof, foiling the 
chipmunks. It would mean moving the basket about a foot. Do I dare move it at 
this point?

Thanks everyone, for your advice and encouragement.
Laura
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