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Jane Stein <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 20 Feb 2017 10:56:45 -0500
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Vermont has always hosted a fair number of bluebirds through the winter. 
  They tend to wander around in small groups.  I have two or three or 
four visiting for a day, rarely as long as two days, every week or so. 
There may be more of them this winter, and/or they may be wandering a 
little farther. But there's nothing unusual about bluebirds in VT in the 
wintertime.  I don't know how far north they usually are, but I've seen 
them at Dead Creek in mid-winter going back a couple decades.


On 2/20/2017 10:38 AM, Kevin Thorley wrote:
> We have bluebirds in the Southridge neighborhood of Williston as well. I
> have seen up to three at one time in trees in the meadow between Metcalf
> Drive and Williston Road. The three I saw appeared to be one adult and two
> juveniles. I saw these three birds on two different days in late January.
> Kevin
> On Sun, Feb 19, 2017 at 5:44 PM Sarah Fellows <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Today at 5pm , I noticed a male plump beautiful bluebird on a fence post
>> by my house. Then I saw another big fat male on the electric wire at my
>> house.They were about 50 feet apart. Both of them swooped down and
>> apparently caught things on the surface of the snow .They both left at
>> 5:20. Last week was the first winter bluebird at my house. NOW,
>> this!!!!!!!!!!
>> What is going on?
>> Amazed in Williston
>> Sally Fellows