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Baby bluebirds

A quick cellphone pic of five baby bluebirds in the Gilbertson nest box. Look at their little pin feathers popping out! And already they are showing their true blue colors, with a bit of (dinosaur) green. 158 more words

Springing Right into Summer

We have had a very cool, wet spring in Delaware, but as usually happens, we have suddenly gone right into summer.  Less than two weeks ago, we still had the heat running in our house, and now for the last four days, the temps have been in the high 80’s! 157 more words

Delaware

PURPLE MARTIN FIELD DAY 2016 IS COMING UP ON JUNE 25! ATTACHED INFO AND FLYER.

IT’S ALMOST HERE! PURPLE MARTIN FIELD DAY— SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016—LOUISA COUNTY, VA (BETWEEN RICHMOND AND CHARLOTTESVILLE):

FREE EDUCATIONAL EVENT ON THE CONSERVATION OF THE FABULOUS PURPLE MARTIN! 263 more words

Bluebird Trail

Booger The Beggar

I’m not sure why, but I’ve taken to calling the little Bluebird that’s been hanging out in my backyard “Booger.”  It really is a term of endearment here in the south, and somehow the name just seems fitting! 243 more words

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How Strong Are You?

How strong are you?

I have asked myself that question numerous times recently. I don’t think of myself as a strong person. I believe that God will give strength to those who need it. 298 more words

Writing, Book Reviews And Publishing, Poetry, Children's Books, YA And Novels

Bye Bye Bluebirds

The bluebirds were quite fun to watch as they raised their first brood of babies in the front yard. All of the babies fledged several days ago – on a rainy, stormy day that kept my camera inside – but I was able to get a few photos before they flew….

Home to an empty box ...

As long as there are bluebirds, there will be miracles and a way to find happiness.
– Shirl Brunnel, I Hear Bluebirds, 1984

When we left for the Texas Hill Country, the bluebirds had successfully fledged their first brood of the season and Mama almost had her second nest completed.  435 more words

Bluebirds