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Date Posted: 20:54:22 10/26/10 Tue
Author: Bill
Author Host/IP: 63-231-161-226.mpls.qwest.net /
Subject: Windy

No way would a flyer dare to come to the feeder tree this evening. If you live in the upper midwest you know what I am talking about. just in case the winds calm down, I did put some peanuts in the feeder jar. 20 minutes later the jar was empty, and the tree had 4 flyers on it. The wind is 30 - 40 mph with custs over 50 mph. The closet tree to the feeder tree is about 75 feet away. How do they do it?
Incredible little creatures.

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