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Here in Liberty, I’ve been watching two pair of red breasted nut hatches since before Thanksgiving.  They’re ‘busier’ than the white breasted ones. They like peanut pieces and a fruit blend feed I got at Lowe’s. 

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> On Jan 3, 2019, at 2:43 PM, Nancy Reicher <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> On January 1 at about 9: A.M I had a red breasted nuthatch on my sunflower chips feeder. I live on Wornall Road in the 5800 block. I was able to watch it for over 5 minutes. I was unable to photograph it, as I had no camera in hand was was afraid if I left to get one the bird would be gone. As it stayed so long I would have made it back in time. I understand from a fellow at the Discovery Center that this sighting is most unusual. This is a first for my backyard. I've had the white breasted nuthatch many  times including winin the last month.
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