Does the Lab of Ornithology have any information? How are their feeders doing? any info from their Feeder Watch data collection? Sorry if I missed this info. My feeders have been relatively silent since years past as well. But it seems that the juncos go crazy when I'm not around. When I come home, I see their cute little footprints all over the ground within a five foot radius of the feeder. I did note several chickadees and two titmice about a month ago at my feeder, and heard a downy or hairy woodpecker, but that's about it. When looking for the Red-headed Woodpecker in Palmer Woods, which I still have not seen, grrr, I noted many cardinals, blue jays, juncoes, bluebirds, downy or hairy woodpeckers feeding in the shrubs which were bountiful with berries and sumac. I have noticed *all* conifer trees at the Plantations especially to be bountiful this year.
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