This summer there’s been a couple of white-breasted nuthatches hanging around my yard. They climb up & down the trees, eat bugs in the crevices of the bark, just do normal nuthatch things. But lately they’ve started to hop over to my bird feeder. I’ve never seen them do that before; they’ve always just stayed on the trees, searching for bugs. It started with them flying over to perch on the feeders roof; they’ve gotten bold enough to actually come & feed from the feeder. This seem unnatural for nuthatches, as they are such up-&-down birds, always hanging on the trees. I wonder if for some reason there aren’t many bugs to be found in the trees.