[TN-Bird] backyard feeders

  • From: "Ruth Luckadoo" <luck@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 22:53:17 -0600

At my backyard suet and sunflower seed feeders, I've had the usual residents 
and winter birds.  Of special. note, however, is the 2 pine warblers,2 
yellow-rumps, red-breasted nuthatch, and the brown-headed nuthatch. The 
red-breasted has been here every year with the exception of 1 or 2.  The 
brown-headed has been here the past 2 years---I had a report last year of 1 at 
another birder's house across town. We both have mature pine woods. I believe 
if I could get enough birders to observe and report in this area, we would have 
more br-hd-nuthatches moved across from Chattanooga area.
My pine warblers and yellow-rumps all eat at both suet and seed feeders.

Ruth Luckado
Tullahoma, Tn
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