2 November 2016 – at first no casualties, but then . . .

I received a message of a Carolina Chickadee dead at the southwestern alcove that was found late morning/early afternoon.  This one looked like a HY-U bird, and it was at least a 2 on my fat score index. It seemed odd to me that a chickadee would be laying down fat at this time of year – and we’re still having daytime temps in the 80s – but there just seems to be a lot more movement of chickadees than we (or at least, I) had generally realized.

This bird was another victim of a window pane treated with ABC’s bird tape.

 

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