Sunflower Hulls Disappear Under Bird Feeder

Q: For 15 years I fed sunflower seeds to the birds in my Lawrenceville home and continually had to clean up the hulls under the feeders. I recently retired and moved to a home in Midway, Ga. I’m still feeding birds here but now there are NO hulls under my feeders! They are totally gone every morning.

A: These are great pictures but I can’t figure out where the hulls went either. Armadillos don’t eat sunflower seeds or hulls, only underground grubs and worms etc.

Is there any chance you or a friend or neighbor have a wildlife trail camera? A guy I know couldn’t figure out what was eating his impatiens in a pot on his deck. His night camera showed it was rats!

UPDATE:

The trail cam has resolved the mystery of what is eating the sunflower seed hulls under my feeders. The attached photos speak for themselves.