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This Morning Outside

by Diane Porter

May 21, 2016
Birdwatching Dot Com
Fairfield, Iowa

Eastern Bluebirds wave. Just lift one wing, as if saying Hi there! or I'm still here! The male does it a lot while courting.

But this morning the female did it a few times. Not to her mate, I think, because the male was already out of sight, air freighting a load of mealworms to the bird box in the garden.

Female Eastern Bluebird

Could she have meant to get my attention? Asking me to hurry up and replenish the mealworms? I have no way of knowing, but it was awesome.

Wave

Male bluebird doing the wave.

Chickadee on hand

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