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Nuthatch on the feeder!

By Wilco54
I made a couple of bird feeders. This one, at a small house in Burgundy, has been bossed by a couple of Nuthatches!

Tags: Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: SUE118, M_squared, gwynn56

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philhomer 8 77 32 England
17 Feb 2012 8:15AM
'made' a feeder - thta really shows up those of us that struggle with all things practical. anyhow, once you have the bird's attention have you conisdered then secreting either sunflower seeds or suet into more natural loooking habitat - old logs perhaps or even that wall in the background

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Wilco54 6 192 1 Luxembourg
17 Feb 2012 9:25AM
I think thats a constructive comment- thank you! I had not considered that, why would you suggest that? Does it get the nuthatch away from the feeder or is to just get a more natural or photogenic feeding spot? Many thanks
philhomer 8 77 32 England
17 Feb 2012 3:59PM
hi Chris, don't get me wrong i am not 100% anarok regards my own images but i just think that baiting a more photogenic area woul dimprove the image opportunities - take a look at my garden birds inc Nuthatch, all are unashamably sitting on a baited log or such. thanks for taking comments the right way
Wilco54 6 192 1 Luxembourg
17 Feb 2012 5:06PM
See my comment - I give up! I love teh red panda, where was that shot!
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3881 Canada
17 Feb 2012 6:02PM
Whats does "100% anorak" mean to those of us not in the UK?


Wilco54 6 192 1 Luxembourg
17 Feb 2012 7:43PM
I suppose not a complete nerd would be close but thats more for technology people! Obessive possibly but its a bit strong. You dont have anoraks in Canada?
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3881 Canada
20 Feb 2012 5:24PM
We do, - I think we invented them, - but that term I never heard of, - only read here. We call them Parkas


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