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Hi! I'm Karen and I apologize for being gone so long. I've been very frustrated because my neighbors got cats & dogs. My poor birds are slowly going elsewhere to a safer place. I tell you... I've seen that cat catch hummingbirds which is unbelieveble! But... I was excited today because what looked like a whole family of finches visited my feeders even in the rain. I was surprised because I thought they'd be gone by this time ( November). Does anybody know if they stay during the winter? If they do, I might add a little bird house.
Now... Weaver Birds. I've never seen any. What part of the country do they habitat? Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong place?
I know there hasn't been a lot of activity here and I'm equal to anyone else who hasn't been able to get here. I hope that anyone who happens to check this out has some information for me.
Birds need winter houses as well as nesting boxes. Sadly I had to remove two 90 foot tall fir trees this year. I have added to my collection of bird houses. One is a roosting box which has three levels of roosting rods. Yesterday morning, I observe a number of birds leaving the box.
Sorry I took so long to reply. I took a fall right smack on my face and "bent" my nose! My concussion was what slowed me down.
My apartments on both sides have these hugh pine trees and I think they're nesting in there with all the pine needles and my neighbors boxes in the trees. I finaaly found where they went.