Sparrow Frozen to Fence Rescue

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+13 1. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Well done that man, lovely little bird. <3

A few years ago I purchased a bird feeder which was also squirrel proof. It had three sections so that you could fill it up with peanuts, wild bird seed and sunflower hearts. I filled it up before a two week holiday and it was virtually empty when I returned. The morning after I returned I found a blue tit had managed to get inside the feeder presumably to get at some seed trapped half way up. Basically it was stuck and I had to totally dismantle the feeder to get it out, good job I hadn't gone on a three week holiday!! I sent photographs and a stern letter to the manufacturer and they had to bring out a modification to the feeder. :|
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+1 2. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

#1 Great story , I just hope it is true ,but we all know about your vivid imagination. :D
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+4 3. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#2 It's perfectly true.
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+2 4. Dennyboy commented 4 years ago

Well done that man.
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+2 5. joeman commented 4 years ago

Hope it didn't damage it's little feet...
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0 6. buckleg08 commented 3 years ago

Despite the size, they survive...:'(