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I love the spring in Rocky Mountain National Park! There are so many birds flying around,looking for that perfect home.

We saw this female Mountain Bluebird on Old Fall River Road. She looked like she was guarding her nest in the Aspen tree. It was interesting to watch as her as she darted in and out of the hole.

Have you ever been to RMNP in the spring? The birds are just amazing!

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3 Responses to “Female Mountain Bluebird Guarding Her Nest On Old Fall River Road In RMNP”

  1. Manny says:

    What an adorable sight, and what superb camouflage, she blends right in to the tree.

  2. Kathleen says:

    A beautiful sight, to be sure. We hope to visit the Park during the spring, but when IS SPRING there? We would like to see baby animals as well. Thank you, Mel.

  3. Mel says:

    Kathleen, I would say mid to late June is probably a good time for baby birds and animals around here.

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