Date: 7/5/20 9:46 am
From: C.S. Wood via CTBirds <ctbirds...>
Subject: Re: [CT Birds] BG Gnatcatcher
Actually probably the opposite. The first clutch has fledged and females are loading up in prep for another. When young are on the nest, insects become a larger share of foraging by females.

Chris Wood
Woodbury, CT
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> On Jul 5, 2020, at 12:37 PM, Cin and Bill Kobak via CTBirds <ctbirds...> wrote:
>
> ´╗┐Blue-gray Gnatcatcher sunbathed with wings spread in the path of our back
> garden at 12:15pm for about 2 minutes.
>
> Two RT Hummingbirds are emptying our 2 feeders in less than two days! We
> have plenty of nectar plants in the gardens, but they are interested in them
> only when the feeders are dry. Would this recent uptick in trips to feeders
> indicate young in nests?
>
>
>
> Cindi Kobak
>
> Guilford
>
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