STOKES BIRDING BLOG: White-winged Crossbills at feeders!









STOKES BIRDING BLOG: White-winged Crossbills at feeders!







White-winged Crossbills at feeders!

You by no means know who might present up at your feeders! I as soon as had White-winged Crossbills go to feeders in late winter. These northern birds are not often seen right here, not to mention seen at feeders. White-winged Crossbills are massive finches that primarily stay in Canada, AK, and northern areas of the northeast quadrant of this nation. In winter they’ll come down into the U.S. looking for meals. They use their wonderful invoice, which is crossed on the tip, to pry open conifer cones and extract the seeds. We had been making it straightforward for them, as we had hulled sunflower within the feeders, no shell to take away.

 

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