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Good Morning All,

I have been slowly introducing my feeders to the back yard and finally put out my suet feeders last weekend.  We have had several bear sightings in the area and until last weekend I was bring in all of the feeders at sundown and puyting them back out in the morning.  Today is also the first day of feeder watch and of course I ending up with waves of goldfinches and tufted titmouse (titmices?).  The count for the latter is usually 3-5 for an half hour but today's count was 18.  No Junco's!  They are not too common at my feeders at the best of time (2-3 per half hour), but I seldom get skunked.  Also no nuthatches.  However the first of the winter at the feeder was a red bellied woodpecker.

Cheers,

Bob