Abort! abort! and go around. That is what it felt like watching the Bluebirds building their nest. the female would fly in from the garden with a big load of grass in her beak. 49 more words
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Yesterday I was planting some sweet pea flowers on the back field fence and I noticed our resident bluebirds acting a bit “aggressive”. Well, it wasn’t until Lily went down a few posts to investigate that I realized what the fuss was about — their sweet little fledgling that hadn’t quite fledged, fully. 258 more words
Earlier I asked the world about a baby bluebird situation going on in my yard.
To make a long story short, Momma and Daddy Bird have disappeared without warning before their little ones were ready to fly the coop, and I was trying to figure out the best way to handle things…if they needed to be handled at all. 374 more words
After successfully raising their first brood of the season, I was surprised to see the bluebirds had gotten right back to business so soon. For a couple days I thought I had seen movement in the bluebird box, and I finally became curious enough to check on it. 66 more words