I would say that the warmer weather is the culprit. 70+ is too warm to have
birds seeking feeders really regularly. A cold snap and I am sure the activity
will pick up.
Johnson City, TN
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On Dec 27, 2016, at 1:24 PM, Lyda Phillips
I have noticed a huge falloff since the drought broke. Before that I had more
birds at my water sources and feeders than I had ever had before in the eight
years we've been here in East Nashville.
<tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:tn-bird-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>> on behalf
Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2016 12:20 PM
Subject: [TN-Bird] low activity at feeders
I was wondering if anyone else is noticing a drop in activity at their bird
feeders. I'm seeing about half the birds that I usually see and I'm starting to
worried that their might be something wrong with my seed.
At first, I attributed it to the crazy weather, but I decided to see if anyone
else was noticing this.
Old Hickory, TN