The state bird of Missouri, this eastern bluebird was crossed the state line and was photographed in Kansas. Since two-thirds of a bluebird’s diet is made up of insects and other creepy-crawlies — like beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, and snails — I hope he does his part to keep those critters out of my garden come spring.


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  1. Beautiful capture. I really love how the bird looks against that great blue background 😊

    • I still feel most of my bird shots are too grainy, probably because I have to shoot them from inside on max zoom. But I also think that improving my Photoshop and Lightroom skills will also help me improve the finished product.


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.




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