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Read more about bluebirds in the post below from Lake Conestee...a real treasure in our midst!
It is time to celebrate the Thrushes that live in LCNP! With some of the most beautiful songs in the bird world, thrushes are plump, small to medium sized songbirds. They usually feed on the ground, eating insects or fruit. You are probably well acquainted with some of our thrushes, but don’t realize it.
First up is one of the most colorful thrushes, the Eastern Bluebird. They are a flash of brilliant blue, fluttering from a perch to catch an insect it spotted on the ground 60 feet away.In the early 1900s, Eastern Bluebirds were as common as the American Robin. However, by the mid 1900s, non-native sparrows had been introduced and Bluebird numbers plummeted. These non-native birds were aggressive cavity nesters and quickly took over Bluebird nesting spots. With the help of artificial nesting boxes, the Eastern Bluebird has made a come back. Because Bluebirds take so easily to nesting boxes and forage for insects in open spaces like meadows and yards, they have become an ideal species with which to study ecology, evolution, behavior, and diseases.