40 thoughts on “Bluebird

    1. Thanks, we only saw these guys around the area for a day then they flew the coop to the mountains where they are more at home. Hope you week ahead is a fine one.

    1. James, thanks. These guys only pass through our area for a short while each spring, maybe less than a week depending on the weather, so getting few shots was fun with some luck thrown in. Hope your week is off to a wonderful start.

  1. Such a gorgeous color – sounds like you were lucky to capture one before they continued their migration. How do you manage to be in the right place at the right time? Do you go out every day?

    1. Eliza, we just got lucky this day we went looking for orioles building nests and struck out but the bluebirds were present and active as well as tons of Robins. I guess the old adage …you have to look to see is spot on.

  2. Mags Corner

    Love this shot, what a pretty bird. The angle you took the picture to show the grass like that is super.

    1. Thanks, we only got to spend an afternoon with the bluebirds as they we just moving through the area so we feel lucky to have been able to get to know them a little better.

          1. Sweet as a Picture

            Wow! Incredible, this weather. It rained on and off in my neck of the woods but it’s supposed to be nice, sunny and in high 70s tomorrow, Sunday.

          2. Sweet as a Picture

            Thanks, Mike. I wish you the same. I also wish you not too much snow — well, unless you want it. 😉

    1. Hi, we were lucky to see these guys around our area as they were just passing through. We see plenty about an hour or two away up at high elevations in the summer but around the city none. Smart guy indeed to move on up to where the terrain is a bit nicer. 🙂

      Take care and have a wonderful day.

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