Feeder Report Muscatine iowa

by Roger Strong Sr
(Muscatine Iowa)

Only in Iowa

Only in Iowa

We mostly ground feed with Black sunflower seeds as the squirels also get fed at the same time.

A hand full of in the shell peanuts and that covers the Blue Jays and some times the Sparrows.
A suet cake hangs year round and that is where the Grosbeak was spotted on top of the staff holding the suet feeder.
Niger seed for the Gold finches and shelled corn for the rabbits. This is feeding time at the Strong's, something to have the morning coffee with.

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