Members of the Thrush family, Bluebirds are known for their stunning and colorful feather and cheerful songs. These highly desirable backyard birds are a common site to see all across the United States. 

Because of their complacent nature, Bluebirds almost disappeared from North America completely. More aggressive birds were taking over their nesting areas and the Bluebirds couldn’t compete. Through the help of individuals across the country setting up bird houses, these beautiful birds are once again a common sight!

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Nesting Habits of the Bluebird

Bluebirds typically nest in one of two places: tree cavities of live or dead trees and nest boxes. Amazingly, the installation of nest boxes helped once-declining Bluebird populations to recover. As a result, Bluebirds are no longer at risk of being an endangered species.

If you’re considering adding a nest box to your yard to attract these gentle birds, there are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Choose or build a box that features a snug interior, but a fairly large entrance hole.

2. Provide several nest boxes, spaced at least a few feet apart, to avoid competition.

3. Position the entrance of the nest box to face towards open areas such as sparse woodlands and grassy areas.

4. After you notice a brood has left the nest, empty the nest box so bluebirds can build a new nest and use it for a second brood. is the top destination to find quality Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Perky-Pet® and K-Feeders wild bird products are trusted brands to bird lovers everywhere. Interact with nature, relax and build memories that last a lifetime by conveniently ordering from Happy Bird Feeding!

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