This yellow rumped warbler guards the suet log as vigilantly as a combative little hummingbird guards the nectar feeder. He has a distinctive “tsk tsk” call that announces his coming so it’s never a surprise when he shows up. This is the first year I’ve been privileged to see warblers at the feeders. I give John Radosevich credit for that because of his peanut butter suet recipe which is a big hit with the warblers. They can’t get enough of it! In addition to the yellow rumped warblers, I’ve seen pine warblers and yellow warblers, all enjoying the treats. Still no woodpeckers, though. Maybe one day they’ll come closer . . .