If you think our Birdorable birds are cute as adults, what about when they are babies? Below are some baby photos (Creative Commons images shared via Flickr) of the Eastern Bluebird. Eastern Bluebirds are small thrushes that live across much of eastern North America. They are cavity nesters and will use nest boxes. Incubation lasts about two weeks, starting after the last egg is laid. Typical clutch size is 3 to 7 eggs. Fledging occurs about 18 days after hatching.
Bluebirds 5 by OakleyOriginals
we're ready by nosha
Baby Bluebird Mohawk by OakleyOriginals
Baby Bluebirds wk 3 by mullica
The Second Eastern Bluebird to leave the nest box. by trista.rada
Third Eastern Bluebird to Fledge by trista.rada
juvenile bluebird by gerrybuckel
Pretty cute, right? Be sure to check out our Birdorable Eastern Bluebird t-shirts and gifts!
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