Every species of bird nests at a different time of year. Some species will nest multiple times per year, resources permitting. Generally, songbirds in temperate regions will breed in spring — sometime between April and June. Your landscaper cannot cut trees or shrubs during this breeding season because he could end up damaging the nests of these species, and he (or California legislation, if that is what’s ultimately forbidding the practice) doesn’t want to hurt these birds.
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