Western Bluebird

Pictures: Here is a shot of a Western Bluebird I seen a couple of days ago.


Moved: I moved to the state park today.

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6 thoughts on “Western Bluebird

    1. Thank you so much! It is about 50/50 I have been birding for about 15 years now and I recognize a lot of birds but the book (Sibley Guide) comes in handy very often šŸ¤” I Have maybe three books on birds but the Sibley Guide is my go to book.

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      1. Good to know. I live in the country so I see many species. I think I caught a glimpse of a baby blue heron. It resembled the adult but much, much smaller. As you know, blue herons are solitary birds so they are often alone. šŸ¦‹

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      2. If it was “much much smaller” it could have been a different type of Heron, the Great Blue Heron is about the largest of them I think. I have not studied the Great Blue Heron but most bird chicks of all birds come out of the nest about as big as their parents. If you see it again watch for the marking to see if they are different. If you don’t have a book and would like one I highly recommend the Sibley Guide.


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