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Seed hoarding may explain empty feeders

January 13, 2013
By SCOTT SHALAWAY ( , Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Sometimes when I fill my bird feeders in late afternoon, I notice the food is gone by morning. When food vanishes overnight, I suspect deer, raccoons, opossums, and flying squirrels are the likely culprits. But when seed disappear during the day, feathered seed hoarders may be responsible.



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