Wentland Woods Bluebird Trail
The Eastern Bluebird is a insect eating 'robin-sized' bird commonly found in open areas. These cavity nesters often produce multiple broods from nest boxes or wood pecker holes. The males are a bright royal blue on the back with a rusty red breast.
Click on the nest box locations below for status updates.
Thank you to Bruce Bergland who currently monitors this trail.
Other monitoring opportunities are available, please contact us if interested.