Bluebird Houses are a perfect fit for you, whether you are looking for a new bird house or trying to redesign your yard to be more inviting to birds. Bluebirds need homes, as their population has had a history of sharp decline. In recent years many volunteers have taken an active role in creating nesting environments, monitoring bluebird houses, and establishing and maintaining bluebird trails. Bluebird birdhouses are a huge step to wards helping to grow the bluebird count, and having a bird house so close to your home provides endless bird singing and pleasure for bird lovers. Male bluebirds try to attract their mates with singing and flapping wings, so be aware of this promising behavior. Predators of the bluebirds include snakes, cats, and raccoons, so place your birdhouse in a location to prevent harm while providing safety and a home. Keep house sparrows and starlings from taking over your bluebird house and help protect the bluebird.