I have never considered the eastern bluebird to be a species that travels in flocks. When I think of birds that flock birds such as red-winged blackbirds, waterfowl and mourning doves come to mind. However, ornithologists tell us that bluebirds will form flocks of upwards of 30 to over 100 individuals
I would love to see a large flock of these dazzling songbirds. If you would like to see such a flock too, now is a great time embark on a search for one. This is because the birds gather in flocks most often in fall and winter.