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Old 7th Nov 2005, 15:38
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Most likely is that a Sparrowhawk or some other bird of prey has moved-in to the area. NOT that it has consumed all the resident birds, but they keep a low profile (or move elsewhere) in self-defence. Sadly, bird feeders can attract the attention of raptors, as it's like food on a stick . . .
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