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48 minutes ago, Charlie Spencer said:

House Finches are prone to a respiratory disease; I don't know if it affects Purples.

@cooldood, be sure to clean this feeder at your first opportunity.  This will help reduce the transmission to other birds.  Thanks.

Good idea I will clean as soo as the sun gets up

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3 hours ago, cooldood said:

Good idea I will clean as soo as the sun gets up

It's also recommended to remove the feeder for a while, since it will be contaminated again as soon as an infected bird uses it again. But yes, at the very least, clean and disinfect often. I'd get rid of the food too.

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8 hours ago, aveschapinas said:

It's also recommended to remove the feeder for a while, since it will be contaminated again as soon as an infected bird uses it again. But yes, at the very least, clean and disinfect often. I'd get rid of the food too.

I have done all of the above 

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