Woodworking for Wildlife - Blue Bird Box
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The eastern blue bird, with its deep blue wings and head and rusty-orange undersides is a welcome sight on farmsteads, suburban yards, and parks all across the Midwest. This summer insectivore thrives where forests meet open areas, a behavior that, along with their tendency to conspicuously perch on branches and fence rows, makes them an easy bird to recognize and enjoy.
Janke, Adam, "Woodworking for Wildlife - Blue Bird Box" (2019). Extension and Outreach Publications. 808.
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