We had a Carolina wren for two winters (gone this
winter). It seemed quite enthusiastic about our
peanut butter. It occasionally sampled the seed
and suet, but always went back to the peanut
Which makes me think, in light of the recent
reports, does salmonella affect birds?
--- Bruce MacPherson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I had a Carolina Wren visit my feeder this
> morning apparently to sample my
> sunflower seeds and suet cake. According to
> everything that I have read Carolina
> Wrens are insectivores that feed on seeds and
> suet reluctantly. Could their
> ability to adapt to seeds for nourishment have
> something to do with their
> expanding range? Any thoughts?
> Bruce MacPherson
> South Burlington
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