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A friend in Ma has 8 bluebirds eating suet, berries and mealworms everyday for weeks. 
Marylyn PillsburSo Hero

Jane Stein <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Oh, thanks for the reminder on cleaning out the boxes!  They do clearly
>
>get used by somebody during the winter, mice I suppose.
>
>I'm visited from time to time by small groups of Bluebirds all winter, 
>sometimes checking out the boxes (I've read that groups of them will 
>crowd in together on cold winter nights) or just hanging out, and not 
>infrequently I'm surprised to hear that distinctive song even in
>January 
>cold.  They don't stay long, though.  The visits are usually only an 
>hour or two and they're off again somewhere else.
>
>Wish I knew whether any of the winter visitors were "my" bluebirds or 
>just some random gang that happened to drop by.
>
>Jane
>(Shoreham)
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>
>
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>On 2/13/2013 4:14 PM, Barbara Brosnan wrote:
>> This morning 5 Eastern Bluebirds were checking out our bird houses,
>and one
>> individual was singing.  Reminder to self:  Double check bird houses
>for
>> winter intruders and/or their debris.
>>
>>
>>
>> Barbara Brosnan
>>
>> Weybridge
>>
>>
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