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I can't help with the ID but someone should be able to call it. And I hope you're stocked up with whatever they're eating! 😆

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I'm probably not the only one who thought Bushtit before even clicking on the post :classic_laugh:

Agreed with Bushtit. They love suet!

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6 hours ago, Melierax said:

I'm probably not the only one who thought Bushtit before even clicking on the post :classic_laugh:

Agreed with Bushtit. They love suet!

Me too ☺️ 

In this area there are really only 2 (ok 3) options that fit the post title - Bushtit, and the two kinglet's.  Bushtits make a really cool hanging nest like an oriole's but out of green moss that really blends into our PNW forests.  

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On 3/2/2020 at 10:30 PM, SirVive said:

Me too ☺️ 

In this area there are really only 2 (ok 3) options that fit the post title - Bushtit, and the two kinglet's.  Bushtits make a really cool hanging nest like an oriole's but out of green moss that really blends into our PNW forests.  

Here's a photo of one I found last fall 

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