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Bluebirds and Company: What’s Chirping at the Smithsonian Gardens' Greenhouses

The summer season brings new life to the Smithsonian Gardens’ greenhouses. As you might expect, much of this new life is the result of staff work to produce plants for our gardens. 550 more words


A bluebird tragedy ...

I apologize that I haven’t reported on the bluebirds recently.  I’ve been so bummed out, I just couldn’t find the motivation to post.  We lost Mama to a neighborhood cat.  411 more words


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If I had words they would be blue and feathered, cling to my throat like a bead of ice on the window pane last February when you asked me if I’d ever been this cold before.  263 more words

Nature | Male bluebird flying toward me.

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Male bluebird flying toward me. 7 more words


Second Clutch Flew the Coop

Heirloom tomatoes (Costoluto Genovese, try that on for size), parsley, lettuce, and basil, oh my!  The intense heat and late-afternoon rains are like steroids for the garden.   212 more words


All Things Blue

Since I am not very good at thinking of things to blog about on my own, I decided to go to Pinterest for some ideas, which is where I came across the idea to do a color-themed post. 275 more words

Bluebird Nest Update - 2nd Clutch

All five hatchlings are alive and well, albeit a bit warm with all the hot, humid weather we’ve been having.  I estimate they’ll take their first flights sometime between the 15th and the 17th.   34 more words