I was lucky to catch these two juvenile bluebirds hanging around the playground area at Chesnut Park in early September. I know they nest there every year but I never see bluebirds at this park. They were flying around from the tree to the ground. They’re really pretty with those bright blue feathers.
Chickadees are usual birds at this park. Yellow throated warblers are as well during migration season but the pine warbler on the bottom is a little more rare to see.
After a quiet morning at Chesnut Park I stopped by Philippe Park on the way home. The park was busy with dog walkers and joggers and lots of families hanging out but I found a quiet spot along the water and hung out for a while.
Oh I love those juvenile bluebird shots. So cute. I love seeing photos of birds that we don’t have here.
It’s fun to see the color differences of the juvenile birds. Your captured some lovely birds and scenes!
I’m so happy to see your link at ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!