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area became bird central station!"
It's me again. I'm the one who was lucky
enough to see a Chickadee use Rollerfeeder within three minutes. Last
month I informed you of the Downy enjoying it and now as I type, a
handsom Red-Bellied is learning to use it. I stopped filling the suet
feeder and the Rollerfeeder area became bird central station! Still
there are no visits from squirrels, sparrows or euro starlings. Thank
Sincerely, Jodi, L.I.N.Y.
a squawking they put up"
have enjoyed watching the mother finches gather the seed and then
patiently feed them to the waiting babies that perch atop of the feeder.
What a squawking they put up! That's how I know they are there. The feeder
is about 12 feet from my kitchen window It has been a very enjoyable
scene. I am using sunflower hearts in the feeder and they seem to be
working well. I only have to fill it one or two times a week and this
eliminates the clean up of the discarded shells. Thanks for a very good
and behold birds have taken great affection to it"
him off in an instant"
received my roller feeder about one year ago and I made a hanging perch
to hang it from. I positioned the feeder close to a window but the birds
would only visit occasionally. I moved the feeder to a large tree and
hung it from a branch. Low and behold birds have taken great affection
to it. Chickadees mostly. The other day I came home from work to have
lunch with my wife & father in law and I noticed a red squirrel
hanging around under the feeder. We watched him awhile, and as he made
his way up the tree we thought maybe he would attempt to go for the
feeder. He did!. He crawled his way down the wire to the side shield and
when he reached for the perch to get some seed the roller feeder did its
job, rolling him off in an instant. We all laughed as it was very comical.
By the way the red squirrel has not been back yet.
Sandy, Stacy, Minnesota
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