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This is very important because after three or four times they will associate you with the food treat.

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Initially, offer small amounts so as not to attract the attention of other birds. The longer the mealworms are there the more chance other birds, like Robins and Mockingbirds, have of discovering the treat. If this happens you will have difficulty feeding Bluebirds and not the others.

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As you get the Bluebirds "on schedule" you can offer more per serving. Tennessee Birding Trails. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Tennessee Ornithological Society. Tennessee Parks. Warner Parks. Warner Park Nature Center. Friends of Warner Parks.

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Tube Feeders. Their relative, the male mountain bluebird is entirely blue.

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Eastern bluebirds are primarily found east of the Rockies and range from Canada to Mexico and Honduras. They are much admired for their lovely coloring and for a distinctive song that many hear as "chur-lee, chur-lee. Western bluebirds are found west of the Rocky Mountains from Canada to Mexico. The mountain bluebird also inhabits much of western North America - often at elevations above 7, feet 2, meters.

Bluebirds eat small fruits and hunt insects, spiders and other creatures from above. The birds perch, watch and then swoop to the ground to pounce on their prey. Pairs mate in spring and summer, when they construct small, bowl-shaped nests.

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Females lay four or five eggs and incubate them for about two weeks. Bluebirds living in higher latitudes may head south if food becomes scarce or temperatures too cold. Mountain bluebirds typically migrate to lower elevations during the same lean seasons. Bluebirds are considered fairly common, but their numbers have declined substantially during the last century. Populations have been given a boost by the birdhouse boxes that have become popular in many parks and backyards. About Bluebirds There are three species of these colorful North American birds.

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