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New Blue Bird tenants a sign of early Spring, writer thinks

Melody Boward writes:To All the Bird lovers (and warm weather friends too). I am of the belief we are in for a early spring, of course you couldn't tell it by the snow out there right now...But I have hope and faith.While looking out my kitchen window this past Monday morning I spotted two "Bluebirds", yes; they are back!!!

The Mrs. roamed around the nest box a long while checking it out , "Hum yeah maybe this place would work out for a new home this year." Looks kinda homey and the furnishings are good around here. The Mr Bluebird agreed and he flew off, maybe to look around for springs, bedding, and food source.

Mrs Bluebird just kept going in and out of the house back and forth in the tree back to the nest box...Yep think I have new tenants. Melody Boward

This story was posted on 2011-01-27 04:36:42
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