1: 1. Plant native berry-producing shrubs for bluebirds to feast on. 2. Provide a water source like a birdbath for bluebirds to drink and bathe. 3. Install a bluebird house with proper ventilation and drainage.

2: 4. Avoid using pesticides in your yard to protect the bluebirds. 5. Use a predator guard on your bluebird house to prevent attacks. 6. Offer mealworms as a tasty treat for bluebirds in your yard.

3: 7. Monitor and clean out your bluebird house regularly to maintain hygiene. 8. Place the house in an open area with nearby perching spots for bluebirds. 9. Use a sloped roof on your bluebird house to deter predators.

4: 10. Keep cats indoors to prevent them from harming bluebirds. 11. Add a guard to your bird feeder to keep out larger birds and squirrels.

5: 12. Choose the right location for your bluebird house – open grassy areas are best. 13. Keep your yard free of clutter to create a safe space for bluebirds. 14. Offer a variety of food sources to attract a wider range of bluebirds.

6: 15. Create a bluebird-friendly habitat by planting native flowers and trees. 16. Install baffles on poles to prevent snakes from accessing bluebird houses. 17. Provide nesting materials like grass, twigs, and feathers for bluebirds.

7: 18. Limit the use of chemicals in your yard to protect bluebirds from toxins. 19. Place your bluebird house at least five feet off the ground for safety. 20. Explore different bluebird house designs to find the best fit for your yard.

8: 21. Place your bluebird house away from bird feeders to reduce competition. 22. Hang shiny objects near your bluebird house to deter predators. 23. Keep your bluebird house clean and in good condition to attract bluebirds.

9: 24. Install ventilation holes in your bluebird house for airflow. 25. Provide a clear flight path to your bluebird house to make it easier for bluebirds to find. 26. Avoid using chemicals on your lawn to protect bluebirds from harmful residues.