During the warm and rainy weather on Friday and Saturday, I had my all-time
highest Project Feeder Watch congregation at my feeders: 14 species and 79
individuals, including 17 Common Redpolls for the first visit of the winter.
Go figure. Maybe they were stocking up for the snowstorm they knew was
coming last night.
Carl Runge, Williston
on 01/14/2006 5:10 AM, Shelagh Smith at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> <<<Interesting that they don't seem to come to the
> feeder or suet during the warm
> spells. Guess they prefer what they find in the
> I have stopped feeding peanut butter this week because
> they just don't care as soon as the weather warms
> above freezing. In the 20s the birds are all over it
> before I have left the area. However, the suet &
> greystripe are as popular as ever, but niger
> consumption has slowed to a trickle - where are the
> Goldfinches, etc?
> Shelagh Smith in Leicester.
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