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March 22, 2011


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Christy - feel free to use, both 1st and 2nd edition of these Fun Facts. Have fun with it and thank you for the work you do.
Chelle - glad you like!


Nice. It was a fun read about bluebirds.


Nancy, do you mind if I use this these "Bluebird By the Numbers" articles for our Bluebird newsletter here in Indiana, with your link of course?!

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Christy - glad you liked and thanks for visiting!


I really like this lists. Nice snapshots of bluebird facts.

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bmm - let us know when they arrive, ok? Glad our picture is helping get you there!


I can hardly wait to see the first bluebird of the season here in Minnesota. Last week we had migrants showing up, but today we've got another hit of winter. Your photo of the bluebird is my breath of spring for the day!

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Kerri - They're always so nice to see. Lucky you if you get to see daily!
Liz - welcome back! Thanks for the report on the Virginia bluebirds. See ya soon!

Liz Wanko

Hi Nancy,
Just got back from VA and my daughter has tons of bluebirds down there. They were emptying her feeders. I had to check to see what she was feeding them. It was the WBU Supreme Blend. I was amazed because I didn't think they liked seed all that well, but they loved that blend. Just had to share that with you.


I saw a bluebird pair on my walk last weekend. One of my fave birds :)

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