Does anybody have any tips on reducing the visits a Sparrow Hawk makes to our feeding stations?
We have lost so many of our songbird visitors as the hawk pair visit every day multiple times.
We once had all kinds of species visiting us but we are very lucky to get anything now.
Our feeding stations get hardly anything other than odd House sparrows and Woody’s but as soon as they arrive the hawk is there.
The hawk pair are beautiful to see but we have lost the pleasure of seeing all the other songbirds etc we used to get.
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
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