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Be patient

Monday, 26th May 2014

Birds dont instantly come to a new feeder. Read this short blog to find out why.
You may be disappointed that the birds don’t instantly come to a new feeder. Don’t be impatient. Always leave a feeder in position for at least a week.

It is surprising how slow birds sometimes are to accept – or maybe even notice – a new source of food. However, if, after a week, they still haven’t taken to it, try a different position. If it still doesn’t work, there may be some other reason the birds aren’t coming. Could there be a cat constantly lurking nearby? 

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