1: Create Bluebird-friendly habitat with native plants and open spaces.

2: Install a bluebird house with proper dimensions and entrance hole size.

3: Provide mealworms and bluebird-friendly foods in a designated feeder.

4: Keep predators away with baffles and predator guards for nest boxes.

5: Offer fresh water sources like birdbaths or shallow dishes.

6: Plant berry-producing shrubs as a food source for bluebirds.

7: Avoid pesticide use in your yard to protect bluebirds' food sources.

8: Monitor your bluebird house regularly and clean out old nests each season.

9: Join a bluebird monitoring program to contribute to conservation efforts.