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Tag Archives: bluebirds
A Rather Blustery Start to March
Spring is coming to the Concord River. Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged are bluebirds territorial, bluebirds, crossbreeding of ducks, duck eaten by a hawk, eagles, hawks, hybridization, life on the concord river, Mallards crossbreeding, mating calls, one of these thing is not like the others, Pintail ducks, plague of grackles, red squirrel, River Lady, spring, spring zephyr, windy, Zephuros 1 Comment
What is essential?
How does one determine what is and isn’t essential? Consider this caterpillar; is it essential? It’s a cool caterpillar that lives in oak leaf litter. It flips over to show its pinkish-purple belly, thus playing dead. Eventually it will finish … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged animals, birds, Blogger, blogs, bluebirds, buffer zones on rivers, Catocala ilia, COVID-19, cutting down trees, cutting trees along a river, essential, FOX News, gardening, Gardens, great blogs about nature, groundhogs, hummingbirds, insects, jet skis, Mallard ducklings, mother nature, nature, neighbor cutting down trees, nonessential, oak trees, photography, songbirds, Tucker Carlson, Underwing moth, virus, wildlife, wildlife blogs 8 Comments
Bluebirds All Day Long
‘Bluebirds singing a song; nothing but bluebirds all day long.’ Irving Berlin I’ve spent close to 65 years on this blue sphere called planet Earth and only saw juvenile bluebirds in photographs. Up until now, that is. My bluebirds, you … Continue reading
Posted in Life on the Concord River Tagged birding blog, Blogger, blue skies, bluebirds, bluebirds in the backyard, feeding songbirds, gardening, Irving Berlin, juvenile bluebirds, mealworms, nature, nature blogs, photography, songbird blog, songbirds, top wildlife blogs to follow, what do bluebirds eat, what will attract bluebirds, wildlife blog, wildlife bloggers to follow 2 Comments
That Which Shall Not Be Named
This blog post is not about that which shall not be named. You know what I’m referring to. No, not him. You know. Yes, that! I’m not going to blog about it. I’m not going to name it. I’m not … Continue reading