|A male Nuttall's woodpecker snacks on suet. J.J. Meyer|
Lately, I've had migrants such as black-headed grosbeaks. And it's also good for nesting birds.
My year-round regulars such as the Northern mockingbirds, scrub jays, house finches and a pair of woodpeckers visit daily. They often show up in pairs, fill their bills and fly off to feed their young. Check the previous blog post to see a pair of bushtits on the suet feeder. They often come in large flocks, sometimes hanging upside down, to grab a suet snack.