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Sunday, June 06, 2010

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Aww, aren't they beautiful!

What a wonderful sight and such a successful number of eggs laid and beautiful living babies! Yes unfortunately I do know the cruelty of sparrows and starlings all in the name of territorial dominance. If DH makes the birdhouse entry hole small enough to let the bluebirds in does it keep the sparrows out? Or did he camp out in front of the boxes taking the sparrows out with bee-bees?

ZOMG the wee baby bluebirds are beautiful!

Hopefully, all these bluebirds will return to nest in your yard, for generations, and you really will be Bluebird Central!

So cute!

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww...

OK, that's amazing. Especially since I've never even seen a bluebird in the wild!

xoxo

Did you know sparrows were imported from Europe in the 1800s to make settlers feel more at home, and the little bastards aren't native at all? Ugh. The least they could have done was to import something beautiful.

That is too cute!!!

We don't have bluebirds in BC. Thanks for the photos.

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