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Bluebirds of Bickleton


Bickleton, Washington may only have 113 human residents, but it bills itself as “The Bluebird Capital of the World.” When the bluebirds’ homes in the trees succumbed to logging and farmland, residents began putting out birdhouses for their feathered friends. There are around 2,000 bluebird houses now and they are occupied starting in mid-February through to October. In the fall volunteers clean and paint the houses white and blue, ready for next year. Birdwatchers arrive in the spring during the active nesting season.

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