[Tweeters] Re: (Tweeters) Townsend's Warblers are back!

Louise Rutter louise.rutter at eelpi.gotdns.org
Sun Nov 27 20:18:44 PST 2011


I have Townsend's warblers at my suet feeder on a regular basis every
winter. Is that unusual? Maybe it's because I use a suet with mealworms in
it?

Louise Rutter
Kirkland

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Lyn, that's really interesting, as I just saw the first one for the winter
at our suet on Saturday! I wonder where they have been. Higher in the hills?
Or has it just become stressful enough for them (lower temps, declining
insect prey?) to become suet-seekers?

Dennis Paulson

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