[Tweeters] Crows that cling

John Hansen majorhart at sbcglobal.net
Mon Dec 8 11:05:36 PST 2008


We had the same problem with starlings and the suet. We began to hang the suet container upside down and the startlings were too heavy to hold on to it.

Maybe that would work with the crows. ??

John Hansen majorhart at sbcglobal.net Saint Joseph MO
Formerly of Tacoma, Seattle and Clarkston
http://american-crossroads-mall.com
----- Original Message -----
From: K Scarbrough
To: Tweeters
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 11:32 AM
Subject: [Tweeters] Crows that cling


The crows here have taken over my suet feeder and tear up the suet within moments. I have the square cage-style attached to a long cedar shingle to act as a tail rest for my pileateds. The crows have figured out how to cling to the front! Any ideas?

Thanks.

Kerri W. Scarbrough
Woodinville, WA




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