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10 thoughts on “May The Bluebird Of Happiness Poop On Your Doorstep”
Bluebirds are beautiful. Here in NW Arkansas they raise 3 sets of babies a year.
That certainly puts raising one child over twenty years into perspective. 9 birds a year for 20 years would certainly put a crimp on your feathers.
I’ll keep an ear out for an occasional peep from you.
so pretty. I keep waiting for the weather to shift here.. I desperately want to be outside and WARM
Lovely! I’m surprised you can hang a bird house so close to human habitation. Then again, birds do roost in eaves of houses, I suppose.
Gorgeous photos! Happy gardening. 🙂
This bluebird couple set up housekeeping a few weeks ago. Today I decided there was enough traffic to justify a stake out. So, I waited, stationed precariously on one bag of mulch, then another, until I was close enough. I was rewarded with some pretty snazzy posing by the male, but the mama was elusive. Shots of her are all blurry. Fun with birds and bees, that’s my kind of happiness!
lmao – you stalked them! D’you think they’ll nest there? I’d love to know if they have chicks.
Beautiful photos Honie. Wishing you lovely times in your beautiful garden. Enjoy springtime over there.
Hi Helen, thank you. I will be posting pics as time permits. The bluebirds are providing lots of entertainment and new blooms are showing up every day.