PLEASE READ FIRST:

Be sure of what you are seeing, that you can fully identify House Sparrows (HOSP) and compare before and after you began using the Magic Halo: http://www.sialis.org/otherbrownbirds.htm

Do not count juvenile HOSP, which according to the University of Nebraska, can be immune to the Magic Halo. HOSP can have multiple broods through August, with young difficult to tell apart as months go by. Males, however, are often distinguished by their partly formed or mottled black bib.

Be sure to visit our website for tips and troubleshooting, as well as additional products and options to help strengthen your Magic Halo's performance, if necessary: https://birdfeederhalo.com/

For all inquiries, please contact us at: admin@magichalo.org

To enter our 2020 drawing for a limited edition Magic Halo "Regal", you must enter your name and a contact email address with Additional Comments at bottom. Thank you for participating!

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* 1. How did you hear about Magic Halo?

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* 2. Has your Magic Halo resulted in fewer House Sparrows (HOSP) at your feeder?

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* 3. If your Magic Halo failed to meet your expectations, did you troubleshoot and/or perform modifications as per our Support page?

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* 4. If you answered YES in Q4, did it make a difference in your Magic Halo's performance? (include which modification and level of improvement, if any)

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* 5. Additional Comments (include your email address if you would like us to contact you)

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