Bushtits

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  1. Kildale

    Kildale Nature's Window

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    A few bushtits on a feeder. The long part of the feeder was to accommodate the woodpeckers and give a place where they can support their tails.

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    A FEW???!!!

    I'd say a conflagration, a congestion a confluence of bushtits. (To my American ears it sounds vaguely rude.)
     
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    Oh my!!! :setf_049: I thought I had a lot of Long Tailed Tits feeding here but I've never has as many as your Bushtits. They obviously really enjoy suet!! :headbang:
     

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