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  1. No birdsong on lawn?

    Hi there, I recently put a lot of work into making a huge new deed on an isle with a cow spawning overabundance. I thought I might curb the cow spawns while tidying up my gardens by creating lawn ....pretty much everywhere. (I also like how lawn gets rid of those random stones.) But I've noticed something troubling. My beautifully manicured gardens and orchards are dead quiet. No birdsong. This makes me so sad, and would be very hard to undo all that lawn now. It's also weird to see so much beauty and green and not hear birds. Is this intentional? If so, I think it needs to be undone. It's not right. Lawns are alive, they aren't wastelands. Especially when they have trees and bushes. Thanks for reading!