[Tweeters] Spotted Towhee at hanging seed feeder

THOMAS BENEDICT benedict.t at comcast.net
Tue Dec 14 13:34:45 PST 2021

Our Towhees spend most of their time near the ground, but we regularly see them in our hanging suet feeders, which can be 8-10 feet off the ground.

Tom Benedict
Seahurst, WA

> On 12/14/2021 1:10 PM J Christian Kessler <1northraven at gmail.com> wrote:



> Over the years I've seen lots of Towhees relatively low (less than 20 feet) in trees, but just now for the first time watched a female Towhee taking seed bits from a suspended feeder 10 feet off the ground. Her male partner frequently sings from a phone wire in the summer, but never seen at the hanging feeder.


> Chris Kessler

> NE Seattle


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