From the Migratory Bird Center in the USA:
by Sandy Salmons and Gregory Gough (April 2007)
She was amazed to see the bird use a stick or thorn to pry seeds from the surrounding suet.
They often come to bird feeders to eat seed and frequently lay their eggs in backyard bird boxes.
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