[Mnbird] missing birds

ssmorton ssstnnph at mvtvwireless.com
Sun Jun 28 20:14:13 CDT 2015


I have few birds at our feeders in SW MN.  Other than grackles, house sparrows and bluejays, feeder birds are few and far between.  Even the grackles and sparrows are fewer than normal.  I do have mourning and EC doves.

Sue Morton
Cottonwood
Lyon County

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> On Jun 28, 2015, at 7:38 PM, Gkuyava--- via Mnbird <mnbird at lists.mnbird.net> wrote:
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> After seeing several comments about fewer birds around it became obvious to me  that we are experiencing the same problem in t he east Duluth area.  I attributed some to migration and then the busy birds  nesting and taking care of their young.  Except for the hummers almost no birds are seen at our feeders. 
> the spring migration seemed normal but it has been not normal since. No chickadees, nuthatches, grosbeaks or most of the sparrows and goldfinches.  What is going one.  Has the bird flu that has affected our poultry flocks moved on to the wild birds?
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