Eastern Bluebird Sialia sialis

Status: Fairly common native resident

Local Habitat: Golf courses provide the stronghold of local bluebirds thanks to nest box trails. Parks and lawn gardens with nest boxes.

Habits: Nesting season extends from March to August, with four or five pale blue eggs per nesting. Perches on branches or fences before swooping down on prey in the grass. Eats live insects, earthworms, cutworms and caterpillars.

Commonly Seen: Botanical Gardens, Arboretum, golf courses

Identification:  Click here

For information on Bluebird nest boxes click here

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