April 14, 2014
Birdwatching Dot Com
Bluebird in an April snow. He looks in the direction of the birdhouse. No nest building going on there. Not today. Maybe when spring arrives. Spring is going to do that, right?
© 2014 Diane Porter
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Entice bluebirds to come up close. Offer them live mealworms.
Bluebirds love mealworms. And they especially love to feed mealworms to their babies.
You can order mealworms and then keep them in your refrigerator for weeks or months. Offer a few each day to your bluebirds.
It's an amazing way to make friends with bluebirds.
Put a few mealworms in the mealworm feeder each day, and your bluebirds will quickly learn this is their own feeder.
It will outlast wood. It's made of recycled plastic, so it helps the environment, too.