Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Eastern Bluebird, June 19, 2019

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male Eastern Bluebird, Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, June 10, 2019
Eastern Bluebirds, Sialia sialis, can be found in the eastern half of the United States and southeastern Canada. They eat insects, wild fruit, and berries. Male Eastern Bluebirds have blue heads, backs, tails, and wings with a rusty-orange breast. The females are bluish-grey with a pale orange breast. You can attract them to your yard by putting up nesting boxes for them and offering mealworms in your feeders.

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  1. ...nice, I've only seen one this year.

  2. My favorite, great shot of the bluebird. Wishing you a happy day!

  3. They are beauties! I haven't seen any this year yet.

  4. I'm a wee bit jealous! I seldom get the opportunity to even see bluebirds!

  5. Sweet bird. Wonderful to have around

  6. I rarely see them. Such pretty little birds!

  7. What a gorgeous creature!

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  8. Such a beautiful bird and nicely captured.

    dropping by from the MCoW linkup.


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