- Sep 10, 2014
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- central Texas
We don't have house finches all year 'round, but when they arrive they love our suet feeders. Here are two males having lunch:
How lovely! We don't have House Finches in the UK (as far as I'm aware), but my step-dad has a family of Goldfinches he sees regularly in his garden
Wow, that must be lovely to watch!I don't like starting a new thread if there is one close enough to continue on. Found this one.
This morning at my bird feeders saw several species of birds---red wing black birds. several blue bird (the one with the orange belly)--both female and male, both genders of gold finch, both genders of cardinal , chick a dees, doves, wood peckers, Robins are pulling out worms. House wrens. think that is it.
I feel like I usually see them in May around here. But with the pollen already covering everything in yellow, maybe it could be sooner? II don' have a hummingbird feeder yet myself, but am contemplating getting one as long as wasps won't be able to use it.
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