I’m wondering why my birds have suddenly found an Alaskan Cedar so interesting. I noticed several birds, Cardinals, Tree Sparrows, Chickadees all sitting at the tips of a birch tree which is close to the Cedar. They’d fly over to the Cedar and go in. More and more of my regular birds came and seemed to check out the tree. At one time there was a Blue Jay, a couple of male Cardinals, two Titmice, a Chickadee, Tree Sparrows, and House Sparrows all sitting in the birch waiting to go in the Cedar. What’s going on? I know the Cedar has little seed cones. I’ve never seen any birds in the Cedar before. It was fascinating to watch. I usually see the birds in the Norway spruces which are nearby, not the Cedar. There are no feeders on that side of the house. Any ideas of what’s going on?
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