I’m an equal opportunity bird feeder. I’m not too fussy about what critters extract an existence from our seed feeders. The Red Winged Blackbirds are interesting to watch and it’s curious how infrequently I see the females at the feeder. I DO see them down in the ditches along my road, but not usually at the feeder. The males are regular visitors, staying a while and then moving along. They aren’t like the titmice, chickadees, and woodpeckers that are in and out all day. These guys range a bit further to come to the feeder.
We had a couple different individuals I think come to the feeder, both males. Let me know if you think you see two individuals here or if you think they are the same individual. Share in the comments.
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