[CT Birds] New Bird Feeder Species

Mary Mushinsky marymushinsky at att.net
Sun Feb 8 21:56:49 EST 2015

Because flying squirrels are nocturnal, you may have had one all along 
but didn't know it. They sleep in holes in trees during the day, usually 
in woods near a stream. They are awfully cute! Mary Mushinsky, Wallingford

On 2/6/2015 11:27 PM, Larry Flynn via CTBirds wrote:
> Wow, at 6:45 on this very frigid February evening, we saw through the darkness something under one of our feeders. We were awed when we found out what it was, it "fly's" but has no feathers.
> http://long-tails.blogspot.com/
> Best,
> Larry Flynn
> Norwalk, CT
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