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Ellen Falbowski

Haddam, CT


I bought this feeder tray to offer mealworms to Eastern Bluebirds, but it works just as well for shelled peanuts and sunflower seeds. To make sure the food stays fresh, each morning I put out only as much as will be eaten that day. (Sometimes I have to refill it at midday.) The feeder hangs outside my office window where I can watch the comings and goings of a variety of visitors, including this bright-eyed Tufted Titmouse.


Choosing The Largest Seed

"Experiments with Tufted Titmice indicate they always choose the largest seeds..." - Cornell All About Birds

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