Mom and dad bluebird are busy feeding their two chicks. Mom spends some of her time sitting on the nest. Dad is hunting off the roof above my office window, he regularly dives past, the heads for the box.
The chickadees at the Piermont Library have been returning to check out both of the boxes at the Library. Maybe they haven't moved on after all? They're just peeking in the boxes, I haven't seen the enter either box.
We're watching eastern bluebirds in West Newbury, Vermont, and black-capped chickadees in Piermont, New Hampshire, with boxes built with a camera installed. We can watch without disturbing the birds.