Date: 7/11/19 6:18 am
From: Paul Plotnick via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: [CT Birds] Feeder notes
Strange happenings at my Droll Yankees tube feeder yesterday. For the first
time, a Mourning Dove stood on the anti-squirrel barrier and stretched out
to take seeds out of the feeder instead of picking seeds off the ground.
Then a young House Sparrow stood on the barrier begging and fluttering
wings until the only other bird on the feeder - a male Goldfinch - started
feeding the Sparrow.

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