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Chickadees in Omaha, Nebraska

by Brandon & Katrina Andrews
(Omaha, Nebraska)

We have a couple of different feeders in the yard, a sock for the finches and woodpeckers, a tube for the cardinals and others, and a sunflower feeders that the chickadees have gone bonkers over.

This is one that is mesh on the sides and collapses when placed on the ground. We have it hanging from a shepherd's hook with a squirrel baffle about 10 feet from our sun room.

We keep it stocked with black oil sunflower seed and safflower chips through out the year. Along with the chickadees, we have nuthatches, woodpeckers, finches, goldfinches and cardinals that all enjoy this feeder.




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Hi Brandon and Katrina

You certainly have been successful in attracting birds to your yard!
Does the chickadee feeder resemble this kind?




Happy Birding!
Susan




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