4 Pairs in one Garden!!

by Garrison
(NW Indiana)

I was in shock recently to discover all four house in my garden were occupied by bluebirds. Is it common to have this many pairs nesting in this close of proximity.


I first noticed one set and then saw activity in two houses. I thought it was the same pair, then before knew it all four houses are occupied. I did learn that The Eastern Bluebird enjoys meal worms...I also discovered so do Raccoons as the devoured an entire cake of worms.

I reside in NW Indiana about 1 mile south of Lake Michigan. I'm Interested in hearing similar stories.

Happy Memorial Day and thank you for your service to all of our vets.

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