Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Eastern Bluebirds, February 19, 2020

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Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, February 3, 2020
a male Eastern Bluebird, Sialia sialis...

… and a female Eastern Bluebird.

Eastern Bluebirds are small members of the Thrush family found in the eastern half of the United States and southeastern Canada. They are cavity-nesting birds that eat insects in the Summer and fruit in the Winter, and you may attract them to your yard by providing nest boxes.

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  1. My favorite bird is the Bluebird. Lovely photos. Wishing you a great day!

  2. A few Eastern Bluebirds overwinter here, but it shouldn't be long now before the migrants return.

  3. I always like to see bluebirds.

  4. I’ve never seen bluebirds. Thank you for sharing those you see.

  5. Pretty Bluebird. And Lea with your logical mind---of course the sign in the river is probably to warn boater but who would think of that----LOL Thanks

  6. What a lovely pair of birds! Their colors are so unique.

    I'm so glad you are a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

  7. Nice shots! I love bluebirds but it is rare that I get a picture of one.

  8. Our weather was so lousy I didn't get a chance to do a bird count this year. Really sad.


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