KILLINGLY, CT - SLIDE SHOW - This spring and summer one resident Eastern Bluebird couple raised two successful broods in my yard. Now that they are nearly full grown, the parents and youngsters stop by just before sunset nearly every evening. They perch on a dead cedar tree in-between dives into the grass for insects while their parents watch passively from the rooftop or a nearby tree. The juvenile birds are not yet the expert hunters, like their parents, and will resort to picking insects from the gutter along the roofline. The below slideshow contains some of my favorite Bluebird images from this season.