4.07.2010

brood



Tennessee resident and flickr contributor Lucycat began photographing the progress of bluebird nest boxes in her yard in 2004. She kept her first complete documentation in 2005 at flickr.

(Take a deep breath and ponder the utter beauty, the exquisite shape and color. Exhale. Carry on.)




Of course, you have to witness the results — one! two! three! four! five! — right here.

(Awesome little guys.)




As of July 2009, there have been 79 bluebirds that got their start in Lucycat's nest boxes. She "encourages anyone who has the appropriate habitat to put up nest boxes for these beautiful birds. They can definitely use the help, and they make wonderful neighbors."







What (or whom) are you incubating and brooding over this spring?





:images lucycat; for joanna

5 comments:

Terresa said...

I'm incubating some story ideas for my current manuscript. And growing up my kids (four of 'em, ages 2-8), with all the crazy joy I can muster.

Terresa said...

PS: These nests are beautiful. I've never heard of box nests before. Intriguing.

Vanessa said...

This is probably one of the most captivating things I've ever seen. That shade of blue does things to my heart.

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