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 and Tinkie wrote1 week, 1 day ago

Please help me. I just moved in with my aunt and she got me onto this game to pass the time.
But i feel like today i am watering and watering, but not having any luck with finding anything. i think i spotted 2 or 3 animals.

is there a time frame i should look out for on the food tables? i am so confused, with superfood it was really great cause i found many animals.
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 and Víla Amálka * FFU Admin wrote1 week, 1 day ago

I am afraid we are now all on the same board, as the timings have been recently changed. But try a gap of 2-4 hours (after previous feed) on organic, and 2-6 on regular. It is really more complicated than that, and lot depend on the staying time of the wildlife you are after, too, but the best advice I can give you at such an early stage is to go out and watch the plates, and note when you spot things :)
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 and Tinkie wrote1 week, 1 day ago

thank you
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 and Wesley Gadget And Camilla's Patch wrote1 week, 1 day ago

I think I might start making a note of the plate times on the regular food and organic.
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 and Tinkie wrote1 week, 1 day ago

can someone please tell me how to get a nest? i think i want to be ready for easter bunny - thank you
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 and Ayna wrote1 week, 1 day ago

There's a guide here: http://www.freedomfairies.com/bird-nesting-guide.html#Nes

Get a nesting tree from the gift shop (you can ask a friend to send you one as a gift so it's free, otherwise you can buy one for 10 diamonds).
Attract different types of birds to your garden to build the nest. Every 5th bird of the same type will add some twigs to the nest. Also the very first of each bird that's attracted to your garden. You need 5 different types of birds to complete the nest.
At your garden level you can attract these birds:
mallard - attracted as long as you don't have a mushroom
Wren, yellow wagtail, chaffinch - attracted by the ready for harvest Bellis Lycaena
waxwing - attracted by the fructus randomus if it turns out to be a strawberry
Kiwi - attracted by the ready for harvest cumulus albiflorus
lovebirds - attracted by the loveflower (a seasonal plant that will be available until the end of February)

Usually when the easter bunny arrives you can get a completed nest so you can get started. It will be available on the news page.
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