Saturday, March 24, 2007

Nests Needed

In the early 1900's, with the increase in more farm fields tilled; borders of dead trees and stumps removed; and civilization, the bluebird population in this area began a steady decline. The bluebirds, avid insect-hunters, did not have sufficient nesting sites. Community members began to take note and commented that they weren't seeing as many bluebirds as before.

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