[CT Birds] This and that

Carol Ansel carolansel at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 09:46:46 EDT 2009


I awoke today to find my little tube hummer feeder empty, and the  
screw cap on the bottom missing - prime suspect: Raccoon & Co. - they  
come every night to maraud whenever I forget to bring the feeder in  
off the deck at night.

Carol



Carol Ansel
Mystic, CT


On Jun 19, 2009, at 11:30 AM, David.F.Provencher at dom.com wrote:

>
> "I'm still perplexed about the hummingbird feeder that is being  
> sucked dry
> during the night."
>
> Jo-Anne, In the tropics you can watch bats use the hummingbird  
> feeders at
> night. Never seen that happen here myself but it's a thought.
>
> Dave
>
>
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