Eastern Bluebird Couple

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  1. JustBen

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    Found a good spot to watch a Eastern Bluebird couple build a nest and raise their chicks. It's just not getting boring to watch them.

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    Nice set!
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    very nice.

    Agree that it never gets boring. Logan and I are out as often as we can.
     
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    Some of my favorite birds! Fascinating creatures. Nice set. Thanks for posting. I have several pairs around but cannot find their nests.
     
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    This is a great opportunity for some neat images. Looking forward to seeing your future shots.

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    Excellent captures - well taken.
     
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    Nice shots
     
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    Those are super!

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    really nice..
     
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    That is awesome! You have a pretty impressive gallery!
     
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    Yeah, the finding-the-nest part. I have always issues with that as well. I actually just stumpled over that one. I was driving in my car when i saw the male sitting on top of the birdhouse. I stopped and took some photos when i realized that he seemed to scan the area, but was not flying away. After about 10 minutes the female showed up carrying some stick in her beak. Then they both went into the birdhouse.
     

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