How Many Bluebirds Constitute a Gaggle?

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    Perry R
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      Around the watering hole

      It’s been extremely hot here on the edge of Los Angeles, so the watering hole has been very popular. (The picture didn’t work.)

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      #26873
      Carol – Mid-Mo.
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        Perry, don’t know the answer to your question, sorry.

        #26880
        Perry R
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          It worked. I’m going to have to write down that process for getting a link to google photos.

          another try

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          Carol – Mid-Mo.
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            Wow, Perry – what a great picture – glad you were able to get it posted. Looks like your worm bowl is not a caged one – do you have trouble with other birds eating there?

            #26885
            Perry R
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              That’s a birdbath. The water is a big deal right now with the heat. Sometimes we get congregations of finches, or bluebirds, scrub jays, or mixtures of whoever happens by. They are pretty well not aggressive with each other; everybody needs a drink. Sometimes ravens stop by. They are so gigantic they take over the entire joint. I don’t mind the ravens except when they bring their finds to the birdbath and leave them there to soften them up before eating. Under-ripe fruit is one of their favorites, but occasionally we get what they dug out of someone’s garbage can. Gack. Cleaning it out is a once a day affair.

              #26891

              Great photo Perry. Good to see a family come back.

              David
              Stafford, VA

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