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Years ago, bluebirds could be observed in our skies in flocks of fifty or more. Since the introduction of sparrows and other birds, rats, lizards, feral cats and pesticides, their numbers have dwindled dramatically.
Today, their survival is completely dependent on man-made nesting boxes. Learn how you can help Bermuda’s bluebirds.
“Somewhere over the rainbow Bluebirds fly”
Bluebird nesting season is here! (March to July) – get your box up now!
It’s easier than ever to get involved and help make a difference. Our website gives you all the information you need to build and keep a Bluebird box as well as how to ensure the safety and health of hatchlings.Build a bluebird box
The Bermuda Bluebird Society and Bermuda Audubon Society are promoting Cornell Lab of Ornithology's free NestWatch application which will allow our local bluebirds to be added to data on Sialia Sialis in North America, and contribute to studies of changes in breeding populations over time.Find out more