Monthly Archives: August 2013

Empty nest syndrome …

‘Empty nest syndrome’.  It’s my guess this phrase was originated by some bluebird host a long time back.  Somewhere along the way psychologists applied this condition to Click photos to enlarge. humans to refer to the depression, anxiety and over-concern … Continue reading

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Not long now …

The babies continue to grow fast.  The adults are bringing in really big meals now.  Bugs so big I wonder how the little ones swallow them.  The babies should fledge around 20 Click photos to enlarge. August– just a couple … Continue reading

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Growing fast …

I always say bluebird babies aren’t babies long, and they aren’t.  Incredible how fast they grow.  These are 10 days old already.  I don’t open the box after 13 days for fear they might jump and and not stay put … Continue reading

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We have babies!

It’s always a big event on the red dirt hill when we hatch bluebird babies!  I had predicted a hatch date of 02 August and one egg did hatch late in the afternoon of that Click photos to enlarge. date.  … Continue reading

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