Windowpane Wednesday: Feeding Time

Today for Windowpane Wednesday, I have some cute pictures of bluebirds, taken from our bedroom window.

Meal worms are rather expensive, but we do enjoy watching these beautiful birds, so to us, it’s worth it the cost. And I’m sure Tractor Supply appreciates our business.

The first picture is of an immature bluebird on a bird feeder stake. The bird on the right is part of the feeder.  It almost looks as though the REAL bluebird is offering a meal worm to the fake bird.

And here’s handsome Papa Bluebird taking over feeding duties:

I took this short video of one baby feeding another. (You should be able to click to go to full screen.)

They’re so much fun to watch, and that blue is like no other.

~These Days Of Mine~



4 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Feeding Time

  1. I’ve said this before but not only do I love having birdfeeders and seeing all the birds but the bluebird “crop” this year has been much larger than ever – seeing way more of them than ever before. They are stunning birds for sure with that blue.


  2. What a beautiful sight. We have more bluebirds than ever too. And the Goldfinches make me smile this year too – first year we’ve had them stay all summer!

  3. I know they’re your favorite !
    It’s interesting to see how they almost seem to be interacting with the impostor …

  4. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I agree with Marshall. They seem like buds.

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