Well, after collecting a lot of data, we can show off some of our numbers. Our feathered friends came out early this year, and there have been many successful nest attempts. A successful attempt is when at least one bird fledges from the nest. Of course, we hope for more. We currently monitor 16 Bluebird […]
Nest box data
Well, here they are. We have the results of this year’s nest box data. Honestly, I hate to close out the year. We did well with our Bluebird (Sialia sialis) fledgling numbers, and I was hoping our group could meet to review them. Unfortunately, scheduling conflicts prevented that. Therefore, along with the regular stats, I […]
It’s that time again. The snow is gone—we hope, the birds are chirping, and we have a little spring-cleaning to do, but not before we make a plan. The Clarence Bluebird Trail will be having their spring meeting of 2016 on Saturday, April 23 at 1:00 pm, at the Clarence Public Library, located at 3 […]
Our busy year has come to a close. All of our nest boxes have been empty for a while, and we doubt we will have any more new nests. We have had great success at many of our sites. Here are some of our stats.
The month is almost over and we have been seeing some good results from our monitoring. Like a lot of areas in the country, we have been dealing with a good amount of rain. Rain brings a few problems that we have to deal with, namely Blowflies. The adults lay eggs in the nest boxes […]