Saturday, February 6, 2021

Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27

 

One bluebird is flying, another ready to enter a nest

Bluebird is one of birds visit our neighborhood regularly. The birds nested in holes of old trees naturally.

Some neighbors provided nest boxes in their backyards, they attract the bluebirds with:

- suet

- fruit.

- peanut butter mixes

- any suitable foods

We know that there are 3 species of bluebirds in North America, they are:

- Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis)

- Western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana)

- Mountain bluebirds (Sialia currucoides)

It is said that our neighborhood bluebird is Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis), because this species found mainly the southern and eastern parts of America. Our state is a southern state.


Two bluebirds on the artificial nest box.

The birds are not included in the endangered species list, hence, they are common, and can be spot easily in the open places such as:

- parks

- fields

- woodlands

- golf courses

- cemeteries

- backyards.

These bluebirds come to our backyard to lay their in the spring. A couple bird lay 1 to 3 eggs, and hatching after about 2 weeks.

Do you know bluebirds? What do you think?

29 comments:

  1. Bluebirds are so cute! It's nice that you get to see them and their babies nibbling away at their treats. I'm not sure if we have any, but we do see a lot of wrens, which are pretty cute too.

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      One bluebird is flying, another ready to enter a nest
      Bluebird is one of birds visit our neighborhood regularly. The birds nested in holes of old trees naturally.

      Some neighbors provided nest boxes in their backyards, they attract the bluebirds with:
      - suet
      - fruit.
      - peanut butter mixes
      - any suitable foods

      We know that there are 3 species of bluebirds in North America, they are:
      - Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis)
      - Western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana)
      - Mountain bluebirds (Sialia currucoides)

      It is said that our neighborhood bluebird is Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis), because this species found mainly the southern and eastern parts of America. Our state is a southern state.

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  2. Its rare to see them here. The redbirds are coming around now. Robins are always a favorite in our back yard. Lovely bluebirds!

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  3. Awesome feeder and nest! Lovely to watch too!

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  4. Lovely post! Definitely a great time here to keep those birds feed. Especially, in our very cold winter!

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  5. We have been feeding the birds. The bunny in our back yard loves the bird seeds too. Awesome that you guys get so many blue birds!

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      Two bluebirds on the artificial nest box.

      The birds are not included in the endangered species list, hence, they are common, and can be spot easily in the open places such as:
      - parks
      - fields
      - woodlands
      - golf courses
      - cemeteries
      - backyards.

      These bluebirds come to our backyard to lay their in the spring. A couple bird lay 1 to 3 eggs, and hatching after about 2 weeks.

      Do you know bluebirds? What do you think?

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  6. They are so beautiful :) thanks for your sharing...

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  7. They are very beautiful and also from me thank you for sharing.

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      One bluebird is flying, another ready to enter a nest

      Bluebird is one of birds visit our neighborhood regularly. The birds nested in holes of old trees naturally.

      Some neighbors provided nest boxes in their backyards, they attract the bluebirds with:
      - suet
      - fruit.
      - peanut butter mixes
      - any suitable foods

      We know that there are 3 species of bluebirds in North America, they are:
      - Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis)
      - Western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana)
      - Mountain bluebirds (Sialia currucoides)

      It is said that our neighborhood bluebird is Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis), because this species found mainly the southern and eastern parts of America. Our state is a southern state.

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  8. Hello,

    The bluebirds are beautiful. It is nice to see them at your birdhouse. It would be nice to see their babies. Take care, enjoy your day and new week!

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  9. Preciosos nunca ví uno asi. Gracias.
    Buen domingo.Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      Two bluebirds on the artificial nest box.

      The birds are not included in the endangered species list, hence, they are common, and can be spot easily in the open places such as:
      - parks
      - fields
      - woodlands
      - golf courses
      - cemeteries
      - backyards.

      These bluebirds come to our backyard to lay their in the spring. A couple bird lay 1 to 3 eggs, and hatching after about 2 weeks.

      Do you know bluebirds? What do you think?

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  10. I don't know these birds. They are beautiful ;)

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      One bluebird is flying, another ready to enter a nest

      Bluebird is one of birds visit our neighborhood regularly. The birds nested in holes of old trees naturally.

      Some neighbors provided nest boxes in their backyards, they attract the bluebirds with:
      - suet
      - fruit.
      - peanut butter mixes
      - any suitable foods

      We know that there are 3 species of bluebirds in North America, they are:
      - Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis)
      - Western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana)
      - Mountain bluebirds (Sialia currucoides)

      It is said that our neighborhood bluebird is Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis), because this species found mainly the southern and eastern parts of America. Our state is a southern state.

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  12. Tanza, We have many bluebirds visiting our feeder and nesting in our area. My wife feeds them mealworms (dried) as a supplement, especially when they're raising their young. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  13. Omg so pretty! <3

    www.pimentamaisdoce.blogspot.com

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      Two bluebirds on the artificial nest box.

      The birds are not included in the endangered species list, hence, they are common, and can be spot easily in the open places such as:
      - parks
      - fields
      - woodlands
      - golf courses
      - cemeteries
      - backyards.

      These bluebirds come to our backyard to lay their in the spring. A couple bird lay 1 to 3 eggs, and hatching after about 2 weeks.

      Do you know bluebirds? What do you think?

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  14. I don’t think we have bluebirds here. You are fortunate to have them around your area.

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  15. I like watching birds. Those bluebirds are really beautiful.

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      One bluebird is flying, another ready to enter a nest

      Bluebird is one of birds visit our neighborhood regularly. The birds nested in holes of old trees naturally.

      Some neighbors provided nest boxes in their backyards, they attract the bluebirds with:
      - suet
      - fruit.
      - peanut butter mixes
      - any suitable foods

      We know that there are 3 species of bluebirds in North America, they are:
      - Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis)
      - Western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana)
      - Mountain bluebirds (Sialia currucoides)

      It is said that our neighborhood bluebird is Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis), because this species found mainly the southern and eastern parts of America. Our state is a southern state.

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  16. I love the photos of your bluebirds.

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  17. Beautiful birds. It's winter in our country, so we have the most great tit. You can see their yellow bellies everywhere.

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      Bluebirds in the Backyard of Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 27
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      Two bluebirds on the artificial nest box.

      The birds are not included in the endangered species list, hence, they are common, and can be spot easily in the open places such as:
      - parks
      - fields
      - woodlands
      - golf courses
      - cemeteries
      - backyards.

      These bluebirds come to our backyard to lay their in the spring. A couple bird lay 1 to 3 eggs, and hatching after about 2 weeks.

      Do you know bluebirds? What do you think?

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  19. I am aware of blue jays which are very prevalent in North Carolina ! I have read that they are larger than blue birds!! We have spotted blue birds in our backyard!!

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