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How To Attract Bluebirds To Your Garden, According To An Expert

Provide Nesting Boxes - Bluebirds are cavity nesters and may not find suitable natural nesting sites in all areas.

Open Space is Key - Bluebirds prefer open areas with low grass to hunt for insects. Keep your garden or yard open and spacious, mowing it regularly to make it more attractive to hunting bluebirds.

Water Sources - Include a birdbath or a shallow water feature in your garden. Bluebirds are attracted to clean water sources for drinking and bathing.

Natural Food Sources - While bluebirds mainly eat insects, they also enjoy fruits and berries. Plant native trees and shrubs that produce berries, such as dogwood, holly, and sumac.

Supplemental Feeding - Offer mealworms in a feeder to attract bluebirds. Start feeding in early spring when natural food sources may be scarce, and continue through the summer breeding season.

Protective Landscaping - Include some dense shrubs or trees near the nesting boxes to provide shelter and protection from predators.

Maintain the Nesting Boxes - Check the boxes regularly after the nesting season to clean out any old nests or debris.

Avoid Chemicals - Refrain from using chemical pesticides or herbicides in your garden. These can kill the insects bluebirds feed on and potentially harm the birds themselves.

Patience is a Virtue - Attracting bluebirds can take time, especially if they are not common in your area. Be patient and maintain the garden features that make your space attractive to them.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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