We have been mobbed with juvenile starlings (demolishing fatballs and bird peanut butter). This is only the second year starlings have visited us and I love watching/listening to them. Otherwise the feeders have been fairly quiet - no goldfinch fledglings visiting this year (in winter we are overrun with goldfinches). There has been the odd robin, great tit, blue tit, etc (and a wren in our kitchen, probably brought in by one of our cats, that escaped unscathed). I'm assuming it is the weather and that the fields/hedgerows are full of food (we're in a suburban setting).
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