On the 13th of March, after I had heard the bluebird, song sparrow, and red-wing, the ice was still nearly a foot thick.
The faint silvery warblings heard over the partially bare and moist fields from the bluebird, the song sparrow, and the red-wing, as if the last flakes of winter tinkled as they fell
IT proved to be a dream 50th league game in charge of Cardiff City for Neil Warnock as the Bluebirds
secured an impressive 3-1 win over Ipswich on Tuesday night to move back up to second place in the Championship.
Smaller than robins, bluebirds
are named for their bright blue plumage.
Schneider Electrics Data Center Service Provider (DCSP) team developed a three-phased approach for expanding Bluebirds
underground data center to implement tailored solutions throughout the data center lifecycle, including Building Management System (BMS) integration services, Uniflair cooling solutions, Remote Power Panels (RPPs) and more, without interrupting ongoing operations.
It had been a long time coming, so this win over Birmingham will come as a massive relief for Bluebirds
manager Russell Slade.
Experiments show that female western bluebirds
(Sialia mexicana) harassed by other species competing for nesting cavities tend to lay eggs with abundant testosterone.
Hall, of Charlton, and his father, 81, have shared a love of bluebirds
(Sialia sialis) are small thrushes that actively nest in and defend constructed nest-boxes and secondary cavities (Gowaty and Plissner, 1998).
Historically, eastern bluebird
populations are thought to have been limited by nesting sites (Gowaty and Plissner, 1998; Siefferman and Hill, 2005), but both the number and range of bluebirds
increased in the 1800s as humans expanded settlement and agricultural activity across the central United States (Bent, 1949; Palmer-Ball, 1996; Gowaty and Plissner, 1998).
The Eastern Bluebird
is the vibrant blue of a cloudless sky, sings a melodious song, and it is in the springtime that bluebirds
begin to nest and sing in earnest, signifying that home and hearth are best, and as long as bluebirds
sing, all is right with the world.
The story changed soon after, however, when bluebirds
were hit with a double whammy: House sparrows and starlings--aggressive European imports whose populations had burgeoned since their arrival on our shores--robbed bluebirds
of their traditional nest sites, destroyed eggs and killed fledglings.