"I should have taken it inside!" said I forlornly to my Dear Other Half. My owl seedball disappeared overnight! I have been staring at that sweet little seedball from my son and daughter-in-law for a a while now. It's been inside a cupboard where I keep my coffee, and I bring it out now and again, look at it fondly - I became attached - and put it back inside the cupboard in its special spot. Then it snowed and I felt it was time to put it outside for what it was intended for, the birds.
Possible Perpetrator No. 1! Maybe, but I had my doubts and told my Dear Other Half exactly that. Look at that face? Butter wouldn't melt in that mouth! Gregg said you'd better take the suet hanger down too, but I told him I had that firmly attached to the hanger. The hook was a tight fit and even I had a hard time trying to remove it. No, the suet feeder stays, and I also decided on leaving the hanging feeder. That was a bit of an iffy decision, but I was tired and my brain was making rash decisions. "Stay away from it buddy!" "I'm not going anywhere near it." said he!