Western Bluebird, Male, © Photo by Steve Kaye

Earth Day | April 2019

How Birds Celebrate Earth Day

Western Bluebird, Male, © Photo by Steve Kaye, in blog post: Earth Day 2019

Western Bluebird, Male, Wondering How You’ll Celebrate Earth Day 2019

Actually, birds celebrate Earth Day every day.

Here’s how.

Western Bluebird, Female, © Photo by Steve Kaye, in blog post: Earth Day 2019

Western Bluebird, Female, Setting a Good Example on Earth Day 2019

This Earth Day (and every day) birds are setting three examples.

And you can use each of them with simple (human) modifications.

1️⃣ They will avoid single-use plastic bottles.

Specifically, they will drink water from natural sources, such as ponds, streams, and lakes.

You Can: Drink water from reusable bottles instead of buying water in plastic bottles. This will save you money, too.

2️⃣ They will conserve energy.

Specifically, they will stop flapping their wings as soon as they land. And no bird will flap its wings while eating a meal, taking a nap, or talking on its cell phone.

You Can: Save money (lots of it) by turning off your car’s engine as soon as you park. And (of course) by driving less.

3️⃣ They will eat smart.

Specifically, they will eat foods that keep their bodies healthy.

You Can: Buy organic foods. And avoid junk foods, fast foods, and other concoctions of chemicals that confuse your body.

One more point: I’m sure you realize that you vote with the choices that you make every day.

Then these choices add up to become the society you live in, the history you leave, and the future you create.

So you can celebrate Earth Day every day by making good earth-friendly choices.

Much success,

Steve Kaye

Recently, birds joined a worldwide movement.

See: Birds Strike

Find Info More at:

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Did You Know?

The most effective way to help birds is to buy land.

Here are three organizations that excel at doing this.

1) American Bird Conservancy

2) The Nature Conservancy

3) The Trust for Public Land

Please visit their web sites to learn about the work they do.

Here’s an excellent book: The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation

You can help – Please share this blog with others.
Inspiring Respect for Nature, one bird at a time.

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  • Catherine Kaye
    Posted at 08:53h, 22 April


  • Sneed Collard
    Posted at 08:54h, 22 April

    Great post, Steve! Happy Earth Day!

  • Eileen Brownell
    Posted at 09:34h, 22 April

    Well said Steve. Great photos as always.


  • Daphne Radenhurst
    Posted at 12:35h, 22 April

    I love it. Bless the birds, bless us ………….

  • Debra Atlas
    Posted at 18:49h, 01 May


    Your pictures are really stunning. You capture the essence of these birds. Thanks for the beauty.

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