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Where Are The Birds?

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About two weeks ago when it was cold and snowy my feeders were getting mugged by all kinds of birds. Sparrows, Black caps, Blue Jays, Cardinal, a few different wood peckers.....

Now during this warm spell hardly a bird but a sparrow once a day or so.

What's going on?  😕

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I have all sorts of birds around...along with a few deer.  

Cardinals, blue jays, woodpeckers, assorted finches, mourning doves,    all be loving the sunflower seeds.  

 

We still have some snow cover...

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1 hour ago, leech~~ said:

About two weeks ago when it was cold and snowy my feeders were getting mugged by all kinds of birds. Sparrows, Black caps, Blue Jays, Cardinal, a few different wood peckers.....

Now during this warm spell hardly a bird but a sparrow once a day or so.

What's going on?  😕

 

Maybe your neighbor put out better food? 😜

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No snow on the ground here, but all species of birds at feeders-- cardinals, jays, finches, nuthatches, collard doves, chickadees, downy, hairy, red belly woodpeckers,  and ( starlings, and sparrows if they count.)

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I think goldfinches are still around my place, but harder to pick out when not yellow. 

Also periodically have a bunch of the little gray jobs juncos maybe, show up.

I'm not much of a birder.

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