Mother's Day is May 11th.

Adopt an Eastern Bluebird

Eastern bluebirds can be found in orchards, suburban backyards, farmlands and open woods. They live year round in the Southeast, Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states. During the spring and summer some eastern bluebirds migrate north to New England and the upper Great Plains. The eastern bluebird is a medium sized thrush, which means that it has a narrow bill, and long wings and legs. They thrive in open fields, parks and grasslands where they can hop on the ground and hunt their favorite insects and berries. There is one surefire way to have yearly visits from eastern bluebirds in your backyard or farm — build a bluebird nest box! Bluebird nesting pairs are very happy to use birdhouses constructed for them by people. Successful boxes in the right habitat will be used by the birds each spring. Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife. Adopt an eastern bluebird today!

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