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    Question about winter roost box

    Hi I’m adding a winter roost box for smaller birds like chickadees and I’m not sure how near or far from my feeders I should place it. I’d like to place it about 6-12 feet away. Is that too close? Thanks
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    Help. House Finches and Red Bellied Woodpeckers abandoned my feeders

    Thanks for the reply. Yes, I have 2 suet feeders. The hanging log with holes in it and a standard sized square cage feeder. My woodies are non stop as well, I burn through a lot of suet and the chickadees, nuthatches and tufted titmice like it as well. The Hairy and Downy woodpeckers are there...
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    Help. House Finches and Red Bellied Woodpeckers abandoned my feeders

    Hi - I live in Rhode Island on wooded suburban land and have had the following set up in my yard for the past couple years. Fountain with moving water, 2 thistle feeders, 1 sunflower feeder, 1 multi seed feeder , 1 suet log, an additional smaller suet feeder, a mealworm feeder and a...
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    Hello

    Thanks a lot
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    Hello

    Thank you
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    Hello

    Thanks. I live in Rhode Island.
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    Hello

    Oh thanks! I've been cultivating this group for a couple years.
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    Hello

    I'm in New England and have several feeders in my yard. Common visitors include black capped chickadees, tufted titmice, northern cardinals, dark eyed juncos, goldfinches, house finches, downy and hairy woodpeckers, red bellied woodpeckers, carolina wrens, house sparrows and mourning doves.
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