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    phillyblues
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      A couple weeks ago my first bluebird arrived in my yard. Today I was stunned to see my first bluebird pair arrive and they seemed to be building a nest. They started at 1PM stayed for about an hoir and left fornthe rest of the day. I presume to the golf course down the street. This is the kickoff of my personal birding super bowl!! I hope they come back! Praying hard. I prised St Francis a little plaque on the box. By the way I bought a little device I swear must have helped to bring them in …called the Bird Magnet. It has several bird calls that play continuously including bluebird sounds…plugged into a timer. check out my shots:

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      phillyblues
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        bluebird1

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        phillyblues
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          phillyblues
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            #7499
            phillyblues
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              bluebird flight

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              Congratulations on the pair and start of the nest. That shot of the male in flight is excellent.

              David
              Stafford, VA

              #7504
              blue diamonds
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                Exciting news Phillyblues‼️ It never gets old seeing them hanging around the yard. I love the mister bluebird in flight photo…..thanks for sharing. Good luck with your new nest.

                Judy-Michigan

                #7507
                phillyblues
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                  They spent an hour yesterday and an hour today but no nest yet! How long does this process take usually before the nest gets serious?

                  #7509
                  dogsandbirds
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                    It depends on the birds. Only they know when they will nest. Sometimes they don’t get in a hurry. There is also a possibility they are just shopping the available real estate.

                    Gin
                    Atlanta, GA

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