Why did all the birds leave my back yard?
I have the same seed out but I haven't seen a bird in like a month.
- oikoσLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
Birds need supplemental feeding during winter and spring. This is the time of year when a lot of things are in fruit and the food might be better elsewhere.
- thebax2006Lv 74 months ago
Probably because you have neighbors that let their damn cats out.
- dornwegLv 54 months ago
here's another one for your missing feeder birds..........
"a male merlin chased a small songbird a bit, a female merlin grabbed it and ate it atop the power line pole. Attempts to find so much as a wing on the ground were unsuccessful. A few minutes later, she saw and tore after another bird at the feeders, about a Park-width away. Insatiable appetite, apparently."
this report from birding message boards..........just one clue as to why our wildbirds are doomed.
- JohnLv 44 months ago
They didn't and havemt . you need to have an honest electrician (one you don't have to pay extra and will probably do it out of the goodness of his heart) come check out your ground lines for noise.
Electrical and other noise from your ground lines have caused them to move.
Electricians should already be paid to repair noise from new construction like networking and other new construction.
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- deniseLv 74 months ago
Maybe there could be a hawk or something similar in the area?
- WalipmemoLv 54 months ago
Because one day you showed a gun at them
- ZotsRuleLv 74 months ago
Well it's getting close to Fall so birds will start migrating further South.
Do you have cats you let roam? Neighbours' cats coming into your yard? Do you have feeders well off the ground to protect the birds from predators?
- TedExLv 74 months ago
I used to have a yard full of birds, but since a herd of feral cats moved in, I hardly see any
- Aster RhoidsLv 64 months ago
Your cat is scaring the birds.
- MogLv 74 months ago
Maybe you have a hawk hanging around your neighborhood