Artificial feeders operated in quail management studies at the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge near Decatur, Alabama, proved attractive to a number of species of birds and mammals. A list of birds observed at the feeders was compiled during a 2-year period (1952-1954). It is presumed that such birds as wrens and warblers were attracted by the insects that frequented the feeders and not by the cracked corn provided.
Author: Arnold O. Haugen and David Hulse
Volume Number: 4 Year Published: 1956
Issue Number: 3-4
Page Number: 20
Link to article: http://birdlife.aosbirds.org/1956/Vol 4 No. 3, 4_1956_p20-21.pdf
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