I agree, let them work it out. Often, the subordinate birds sneak in to
grab a quick bite when the dominant bird is either chasing someone else, or
sated with food.
On Sat, Mar 18, 2023 at 4:12 PM Lynda Haake <carolinabirds...> wrote:
> Seems harsh to me. Just let the birds figure it out. Warblers need fuel
> for migration.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Mar 18, 2023, at 2:48 PM, scompton1251 <scompton1251...>
> Remove the suet.
> Steve Compton
> Greenville, SC
> *Sent from my Verizon LG Smartphone*
> ------ Original message------
> *From: *Richard L McEwan, Sr.
> *Date: *Sat, Mar 18, 2023 1:55 PM
> *To: *Carolinabirds;
> *Cc: *
> *Subject:*Yellow Rump Warbler
> We, unfortunately, are having a problem with this Warbler. A number of them came into our yard in December and enjoyed our many feeders. Then two, first winter male and female, started
> chasing other birds from all feeders and continue to do so…they are quite the bullies!
> Is there anyway to stop this behavior?
> Dick McEwan