Feathered Friends Are Welcomed

A brown speckled wren wiggles its way in and out of the screened suet feeder. Every now and then he flies over to the deck railing, shakes his head to remove the brown-gessell.com fat from his rather long beak and then makes his way back to the suet. Overlooking this wren are twenty-eight mourning doves perched in a nearby leafless maple tree. There are many daily visitors feeding at the other couple of feeders. These visitors include gold and purple finches in their winter colors pine siskins colorful m…