ok: a dumb question. I have some tomatoes; mix of cherry, pear, and some larger ones. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that some of the ripe cherry Ts looked like they had been pecked into. Holes with the skin flaring outward around. So I figured birds and scrounged through my chicken wire making cages to surround the remaining plants with the few ripening tomatoes. Now I notice these are showing the same symptoms. No bugs in sight. It would take a VERY small bird to get through PLUS we have a lot of the "wild" tomatoes (very small but produce throughout most of the summer) and those aren't being eaten. Anyone know what might be going on here or experience similar problems? These aren't preceded by cracks or blemishes on the tomatoes. They look great prior to their downhill slide. Thanks!!!!!