Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.
Everything for your backyard retreat:
hummingbird feeders, seed and suet feeders, nest boxes and bird baths.
Bluebirds nested primarily in woodpecker holes and other natural cavities during the colonial days. They were once abundant in rural and agricultural habitats, but they are vulnerable to changes that people bring to their world. Bluebird populations decline where farmland converts to forest; where suburbs replace open space and where they encounter their archrivals-- alien House Sparrows and European Starlings that aggressively compete for scarce nesting cavities.
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