Our siskins are generally tame. I can approach within a few feet of the
feeders before they flee. And they don't seem to react at all to my calling
the cat, whereas the jays and squirrels run like heck.

On Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 6:24 AM, John Confer <con...@ithaca.edu> wrote:

> Two days ago (3 June) I heard what I thought was siskin calls near our
> feader and yesterday two landed on our feeder while at least one more was
> in a nearby tree. One at the feeder was extremely tame allowing approach
> within a few feet. Seemed like possible fledgling, but that's only a guess.
> I haven't heard/seen any other siskins since winter incursion. If they
> nested in the area, it wasn't very close.
> John
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