Mountain Bluebird Trails (MBT) monitors Mountain, Western and Eastern Bluebirds throughout the Northern U.S. Rocky Mountain region and coordinates the conservation efforts for
interested persons or groups. MBT will work towards its goals by promoting bluebird conservation projects, conducting educational programs, distributing educational materials, collecting
and sharing nesting box data, and aiding in the development of nest box trails.
Click the nest box to read an important paper on winterizing bluebird nest boxes by ornithologist
Harry Power III, PH.D.
Mark your calendars! The 2015 Annual Convention will be held on
September 25th and 26th in Lewiston, Montana. Click here for registration form!
...and make sure you don't miss George Bumann. He will be at theYogo Inn, Safari Room, at 7:15 PM on Saturday night. George is a professional artist and naturalist living at Yellowstone National Park's northern entrance in Gardiner, Montana. He holds both Bachelor's and Master's degrees as a wildlif ecologist. To read more about George Bumann, click here.
Click here for the event flyer.
How can I help?
Choose a bluebird trail and erect man-made nest boxes.
Monitor the nest boxes to improve the bluebird's chance of survival and identify and correct problems.
Inform friends and encourage their help in monitoring your trail or establishing one of their own.
Join Mountain Bluebird Trails, Inc. and donate time and funds to help insure the bluebird's future.