Bluebirds like to eat wild fruits, some berries, insects, and mealworm grubs. They like to eat raisins that have been soaked in water. The birds also need water; you can put out water for them. The Bluebirds come into our backyard for the water that we put out for the birds in our area.
You can buy Bluebirds houses for them to nest in. The Bluebirds will also build their nests in abandoned cavities in trees that birds have left, such as woodpeckers,
The bluebirds can fly as fast as 17 mile per hour. The males have blue heads and red throat and breast. The females have a grayish-blue head and back.
Water hole gossip
Gold said to Dee, “I wonder why Goldie isn’t joining us.” Dee said,” I might have made her mad at me, by telling her who I voted for.” Gold said,” Will, that isn’t nice, we all have different opinions on who we want in office.” Dee replied, “We should all respect each other, it would be a better world to live in.” So true says Gold.
American Gold Finches & Carolina Chickadee
Bucks losing their antlers
The Whitetail bucks will start to lose their antlers sometime in the winter months. Their antlers will start to decay at the base and will fall off in time, leaving the hair-covered pedicels. The bucks will start growing a new set of antlers in the spring.
They say that the squirrels and mice may eat the antler that has fallen off for the minerals.
This is a story about two blue jays.
Mr. Blue flies in to have a talk with Mr. Jay. Mr. Jay had found a peanut and Mr. Blue wanted it. Mr. Jay when up higher and said to Mr. Blue, this is my peanut, find your own nut. The two jays flew high up in the sky and started to fight. Mr. Blue decided the peanut wasn’t worth fighting over, he knew where to find more peanuts; he turned around and flew off.
The Blue Jays likes dry-roasted unsalted peanuts.