(1) The Mountain Bluebird is the only bluebird that nests in alpine parkland and high elevation open areas.(2) Five or six birds - doves, robins, bluebirds - had perched on the windowsill, and were affectionately nestling against her hands and arms.(3) The behaviors that benefit your average female wasp are different from those that benefit the average male wasp, and the same holds for bluebirds or pipefish.(4) There are anecdotal reports of bluebirds and House Wrens taking over the nests of Ash-throated Flycatchers.(5) Bermuda's native bluebirds can be seen in the many bluebird boxes lining the golf courses (every course on the island has a monitored bluebird trail).(6) If you haven't attracted bluebirds or tree swallows by late spring, close your box up or take it down, but do not let English sparrows, vicious predators, take over any box.(7) The pair compared data from studies covering 18 different species, including dwarf mongooses, meerkats, Florida scrub jays, western bluebirds , and Australian magpies.(8) Some of those species include bluebirds , robins, titmice, chickadees, nuthatches, wrens, tree and barn swallows, purple martins, owls, flycatchers, and woodpeckers.(9) House sparrows and starlings seem to not care for the design of the house but tree swallows, bluebirds , chickadees and wrens really like it.(10) I discovered that the chickadees had fledged from the bluebird box and bluebirds had started a nest with one egg already laid.(11) Redbirds, bluebirds , robins, bobolinks, scarlet tanagers, Kentucky warblers, and orchard orioles strut and sing like the cast of a turn-of-the-century revue.(12) These results suggest that male western bluebirds do not make significant adjustments in their share of provisioning when they have evidence of partial paternity loss.(13) Woodpeckers, screech owls, chickadees, nuthatches, bluebirds , tree swallows and some flycatchers need them.(14) By the way, I've been called to task for not mentioning that safflower seed is very popular with cardinals, chickadees, blue jays, doves, house finches, wrens, titmice and even bluebirds .(15) Pigeons are predominant, but, as you explore, you see sparrows and bluebirds and flickers and blue jays and wrens and kestrels and starlings and robins.(16) I'll bet if we put meal worms out on a platform - as some folks do during the winter for bluebirds - robins, catbirds and others would gobble them up!