[Tweeters] Steller's Jays at Suet Feeder

j baker hikenbird at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 2 06:59:51 PDT 2022

This is what works for me: make the feeder wobbly, jays are not good with wobbly. I clipped two carabiners together, hang this from a thin wire, connect another wire down to the suet cage. This wire has a carabiner at the top to clip into the other two carabiners. This arrangement also makes for quick-release. On Thursday, June 30, 2022, 08:56:19 PM PDT, Barbara B. Mandula <barbaramandula at comcast.net> wrote:

I've had a suet feeder in a squirrel-proof cage for more than a decade, but
this is the first year that a pair of Steller's Jays  have figured out how
to access the suet, and have become regular visitors.  They also eat suet
pieces that the flickers drop.  I wonder if other folks have had a similar

Barbara Mandula

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