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Carol Brandt

Petaluma, CA, USA


We plant a lot of Sunflowers in our backyard and the Oak Titmouse birds start arriving when the Sunflowers start to die off and they pick all the seeds out and then sit on the top of the fence and peck them open – this goes on all afternoon in the late Summer season.


Oak Titmouse Picking Sunflower Seeds

Oak Titmouse feeding on old Sunflower, late Summer, Sonoma County (Northern California).

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