Attracting bluebirds to your property
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Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) are a popular species and recognized as Missouri's state bird. Bluebirds, often referred to as harbingers of spring, are year-round residents in many locations across the state, although populations from northern areas commonly move to southern parts of the state and beyond in winter. Fortunately, these birds can be easily attracted to home and farm landscapes with correctly constructed nesting structures in appropriate locations.
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