Date: 6/29/20 9:51 pm
From: Patrick Maloney <maloneypatrick...>
Subject: No Sighting - Odd House Finch Behavior
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Yesterday on my patio I watched 6 house finches all crowded onto the tops of Red Sedum I have planted in a 14 inch pot.  The finches appeqared to be eating the leaf tops or possibly drinking from the succulent leaves.  I have seen rabbits and squirrels eating my Sedum, but to see 6 finches crowded onto the top of one pot was something I had never seen before.  I've never seen any bird actually eating a flower before.  Is this usual or normal behavior?
Pat Maloney
So. St. Louis

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