If I grew a bunch of large fruit trees of a sort very, very desirable to birds (robins, mockingbirds, etc.), out in the middle of nowhere where few birds had previously dared to roam (no trees besides mine), would this increase my harvest potential, or would it draw birds like flies?
This is a hypothetical question. I'm not actually doing it right now, and perhaps not anytime soon, if I do it at all.
Potential kinds of trees might be cherries, mulberries, or whatever else.
It seems like there were a lot less birds in my area years ago when there were less trees (and less birds as pests). So, it seems like it might work, but I wanted to get the perspective of others.