Birds in the rain

tonyturley

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A rainy day always brings out the avians.

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I have some questions:

(1) It's nice that there are so many bird houses/feeds out for the birds. Are these all in your neighbourhood?

(2) Any idea how these bird feeds are able to keep the seeds dry in the rain? It looks like everything is soaked in there.

(3) Did you take your camera into the rain or had the rain stopped?
 

tonyturley

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Scott Depot, WV, USA
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Tony
These are in my front yard, so I'm able to stay in the house and use a telephoto lens. The rain was coming down steadily, which you can see in a couple of the images. The birds tend to eat the seed so fast that it getting wet isn't an issue. I do clean the feeders from time to time to make sure mold doesn't get a foothold.
 
These are in my front yard, so I'm able to stay in the house and use a telephoto lens. The rain was coming down steadily, which you can see in a couple of the images. The birds tend to eat the seed so fast that it getting wet isn't an issue. I do clean the feeders from time to time to make sure mold doesn't get a foothold.

They're all your bird houses/feeds? Nice! Love this.
 

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