Sunflower Seed Buried In Clumps
Something is planting big wads of black-oil sunflower seeds in my flower pots that are around the corner from my bird feeders, maybe 15 or 20 feet away.
They sprout in a large clump.
I just pulled one out and counted 70 sprouts.
What would be doing this -- squirrels, chipmunks, a bird?
It can happen in any season of the year.
This is very odd.
Other than a squirrel, I cannot imagine what would bury such a large amount of seed in one spot.
Maybe someone else has experienced this and will pipe in to help.
Thanks for asking!
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