Bluebirds to Be

Bluebird Eggs in NestDuring our late afternoon walk today, we decided to peek into one of the bluebird nest boxes we have out in the pasture near one of the ponds.  Kel lifted me up so I could snap a photo with my phone of the eggs, though I couldn’t actually see them as they were so deep within the nest.  I didn’t think it was going to come out, but what a nice surprise to see this beautiful photo.  I had to share it.  What a lovely, soft nest, warm don’t you think?

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22 thoughts on “Bluebirds to Be

  1. Richgail Enriquez says:

    Beautiful! and yup, the nest looks wonderfully cozy.

  2. Veggiewitch says:

    Awwwwwwwe… ♥ ♥ ♥

  3. tinykitchenstories says:

    Absolutely stunning and a bright (blue!) point in my day. Thank you for sharing!

  4. 40 Fit In The Mitt says:

    Beautiful eggs, they are my favorite bird. My neighbor has grape vines and they visit from time to time to eat the grapes!

  5. saradraws says:

    Hooray for Spring. And great pic.

  6. tearoomdelights says:

    Great shot, and amazing to think that little birds are going to pop out of those.

  7. vegansparkles says:

    Gorgeous!! :-)

  8. Cauldrons and Cupcakes says:

    Amazing colours – thanks for such a visual treat :)

  9. Bridget says:

    Beautiful! Lovely colour blue those eggs.

  10. veganelder says:

    Excellent, this seems like a big year for bluebirds around here…I’ve seen more than ever.

  11. Rachel in Veganland says:

    beautiful! you’ll have little peepers for sure!

  12. Sweet Posy Dreams says:

    Fantastic photo! And with a camera phone!

  13. Shira says:

    So precious. A reminder where we get that beautiful color (hard to believe its actually found in nature!). How special these are!

  14. Barb says:

    Love it! It’s almost time for me to put out my hanging plants, and as soon as I do I’ll have nests and eggs too. And then, of course, I wont water the plants (because I don’t want to upset the birds), so the flowers die.

    Maybe I’ll go with silk flowers this year…

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