Now, the feeders at WBU are not cheap, but they do come with a lifetime guarantee, so if they break, or a raccoon eats them, they will replace them.
I always get carried away at WBU. Oops! Did I say "I"? UM...I meant, the person who had to replace the feeder out of a sense of guilt tends to get carried away in the WBU shop. Said person not only got a new feeder, but also a new feeder pole system, complete with bird finial and an extra hook for adding a suet feeder later in the season.
It didn't take long for the birds to come in for goodies:
Lots of red-breasted nuthatches were darting about, grabbing seeds.
But the little buggers are so nervous that it was well-nigh impossible to get a photo of them that wasn't all blurry!
Another visitor came along, eager to score some sunflower seeds, only to pull up short when it spotted me.