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Spot A Blue-colored Bird

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Welcome to day 5 of the Stride-and-Seek Challenge, Powered by Humana!

On Day 2 of this challenge, we encouraged you to look for wildlife that didn’t include birds. Today, we want you to zone in on our aviary friends, but specifically look for a blue one. This can be anything from a:
  • Thrush
  • Blue jay
  • Mountain bluebird
  • Songbird
  • Indigo bunting
  • Hummingbird

There’s loads more — depending on where you live, there are numerous birds you could encounter that are all or partially blue. But because we’re focusing on one color, you’ll have to really keep your eyes peeled and zone in on that species flying through the sky. When you spot one, document it with a photo!

No matter your opinion on bird watching, think of this as a way to temporarily forget the day’s worries, stresses, and anxieties. When you’re busy scanning the trees for a blue-colored bird, you don’t have to think about the difficult patient from work, or the argument you had with a loved one. You don’t have to worry about paying bills, or losing weight, or anything that burdens you.

Be blue today. Not a sad blue, but a singing, chirping, full-of-life blue.

We hope you keep up your walks over the weekend and continue to share photos with us in the challenge update thread here, in our private Facebook group, or on Twitter, or Instagram and tag us with #healthynurse.

If you liked this, use the social media links on the left side of your page to share it with a nurse and invite them to join Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation!

Missed day 4? Catch up here. Join us on day 6.

If you found this helpful, use the social media links on the left side of your page to share it with a nurse and invite them to join Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation!.

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