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Bluebirds

American bluebirds are part of the thrush family and are native to the Americas. With three species present, this little songbird is well represented across North and Central America while also venturing into South America. The Fairy-bluebird, which is unrelated to American bluebirds, is native to the tropical parts of southern Asia and the Philippines. Questions about all species of bluebird can be found here.

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Do bluebirds live in the forest or meadow?

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Bluebirds are commonly found in open habitats like meadows, fields, and open woodlands. They prefer areas with scattered trees for perching and nesting, rather than dense forests.

What are bird names that end with rich?

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bluerich black redrich greenrich pinkrich

What does a bluebird look like?

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Most bluebirds have orange chest and whitish bottom and a blue back.

Where do bluebirds nest after they fledged their young?

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They can easily fit out the entrance hole.

What is the bluebirds nesting?

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Grass, twigs and moss and other materials suitable for a nest.

What kind of nest do bluebirds prefer?

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Wrens, bluebirds and tree swallows are the birds most commonly attracted to single-unit, enclosed bird houses. Each species prefers certain locations and habitats in which to nest and rear its young.

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What does a red-breasted bluebird eat?

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There is no such bird as you described.

What if bluebird eggs don't hatch in two weeks?

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Give them a little bit more time. If they don't hatch in 3 weeks they never will. Then remove the nest and eggs.

Is a bluebird a consumer?

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Consumer

What predators does the Mountain Bluebird have?

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Snakes, cats, and falcons are the most likely predators of adults. Other birds, mammals, and snakes might eat their eggs, too.

Why are Eastern bluebirds endangered?

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No, not as common as they once were, but still fairly common, and have a stable population. They have a Least ConcernedConservation Status (IUCN 3.1)(That is what is called the Red List of the International Union for the Coversation of Nature and natural resources). It shares that ranking with the common rock pigeon and American Robin.

How many eggs do bluebirds lay at once?

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Only the females lay eggs.

What direction should bluebird houses face in MT?

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No, it should be placed horizontally. If it on the top rain will get into in and drown the chicks. If its on the bottom nothing can get in once the nest is built.

How did the Eastern bluebird get its name?

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It's simply a descriptive name. The bluebird takes its name from its bright blue feathers, and the Eastern variety is found in the eastern part of North America.

Do bluebirds live in Maryland?

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Yes. They live in New York where the environment is suitable.

How do Eastern bluebirds fly?

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like regular baby birds

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What eats bluebird eggs?

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Cats, raccoon, foxes and sparrows killing babies.

When do Eastern bluebirds begin to nest?

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From March to June. In the south, they nest earlier, and may raise two broods.

How does a bluebird find food?

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They find there water by the nearest sea connections like a river, lake, pool, sea, as they fly to the top of a tree and look out and when they see water they fly to it and Wha lla, they have water!

How many different types of bluebirds are there?

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There are three species of bluebirds.

What color is the bluebird?

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Blue? New Answer Maybe these site will help: * http://www.colourtherapyhealing.com/colour/red.php * http://desktoppub.about.com/cs/colorselection/p/red.htm* http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html

What kind of seeds do eastern bluebirds eat?

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a worm that lives at the bottom of the garden and his name is wiggly woo!