Where to Place a Bluebird House [The Best Location] | Bluebird Landlord (2022)

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Sixteen years ago, I built my first bluebird house. I placed the nest box in my backyard, about 30 feet away from our dining room window. I mounted it so close to the window because I wanted to be able to watch the bluebirds flying in and out of the nest box. The location worked out, and I attracted my first pair of bluebirds that spring! But, there are actually some best practices when it comes to where to place a bluebird house that I wish I would have known back then.

Where Should I Place My Bluebird House?

As a general rule, you should place your bluebird house in an open, sunny area where there is plenty of short grass where bluebirds can catch insects. Mount the nest box at least five feet off the ground, not too close to buildings, and at least 50 feet away from brushy or wooded areas.

That is the short and sweet answer for where to place a bluebird house. If you follow the above guidelines, you should be OK. However, there are a few more questions you might want to consider as you decide on a nest box location. For example:

  • What direction should you face your bluebird house?
  • How far apart should you space your bluebird houses (if you’re putting up multiple)?
  • Can you (or should you) hang your bluebird house from a tree?

In this article, I’ll go through some basic guidelines for where to put up a bluebird house. I’ll also answer some questions you might be asking as you decide on the best nest box location in your own yard.

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1. Place your bluebird house in an open area

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Bluebirds’ main source of food in the summer is insects. So, they prefer to nest in sunny, open areas with lots of short grass where they can catch their prey.

When you’re picking the best location in your yard for your bluebird house, consider placing it somewhere where it can face an open expanse of grass. Try placing it on the edge of your property overlooking the rest of your backyard, if possible.

Each yard is different, so do whatever works for you. Just remember that placing the nest box in and around an open area will be important for attracting bluebirds.

Bonus Tip: Give your bluebirds somewhere to perch

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Bluebirds love to hunt from low perches. They will hang out on fence posts, small trees, shrubs, and low tree branches just waiting to spot an insect. When they do, they’ll swoop down and grab their prey. So, bluebirds will be highly attracted to your yard if they have somewhere to perch.

If your yard has a row of wooden fence posts, some tall shrubs, or low trees, you’re in good shape for attracting bluebirds. Even if the neighbor’s yard right next to you has these things it will help out. My old neighbor had a fence row that my bluebirds loved to hunt from. Luckily it was right next to the spot I placed my bluebird house, so their yard made my nest box location extra attractive.

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If there aren’t many low perches in your yard or in the area around your nest box, you could add in some make-shift perches. Drive a few 4′ metal stakes in the ground in the 50 foot area around your nest box. You could even stick some other object into the ground, like a pitchfork (that’s what I did once). Bluebirds will appreciate any kind of hunting perch that’s about 3-5 feet off the ground, they won’t care what it is.

Now that we’ve established what type of area is attractive to bluebirds, let’s talk about how high to mount your bluebird house.

2. Mount your bluebird house about 5 feet off the ground

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If a bluebird house is too low, predators like snakes, raccoons, and cats might be more tempted to reach into the box. To avoid this, mount your bluebird house at least five feet off the ground to deter climbing predators.

A good rule-of-thumb when setting up your nest box is to mount it with the entrance hole at eye-level. This is a good way to keep the box about five feet off the ground. As long as you can stand up straight and be looking directly into the entrance hole, the nest box will be at a convenient height for you to monitor, and it won’t be too close to the ground.

Admittedly, this “five-feet-off-the-ground” rule has more to do with human preference than the preference of bluebirds. You can successfully mount a bluebird house much higher than than five feet (as you’ll see later in this article). But, five feet off the ground is a good starting point for deterring crawling predators.

To further deter predators, mount your nest box on a metal pole, and consider installing a stovepipe-style baffle under the nest box.

Keep a good record of what happens in your nest boxes this year with my Bluebird Landlord Trail Monitor Field Notes. This is a printable notesheet that lets you keep track of wren activity, sparrow activity, and most importantly, what your bluebirds are up to! Get your own copy of my Trail Monitor Field Notes here.

Now, let’s look at the third guideline for where to place your bluebird house.

3. Keep your bluebird house at least 50 feet away from brushy or wooded areas

It is important to place your bluebird house at least 50-200 feet away from brushy or heavily-wooded areas to avoid competition with house wrens. That’s the distance that the North American Bluebird Society recommends to avoid having territory issues with this species (source).

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For a little background information on house wrens: house wrens are a native, cavity-nesting bird in North America, just like bluebirds. Unfortunately, house wrens tend to be very territorial, and they regularly destroy bluebird eggs and nestlings when they perceive that they are competing with bluebirds for a nesting location.

Learn more about house wrens in the article I wrote called 10 Other Birds That Nest in Bluebird Houses (click here to read the article).

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Since house wrens are a protected species in the US, and you cannot legally remove house wren nests from your bluebird houses, your best option is to avoid their preferred territory – brushy and wooded areas.

So, if your property is on the edge of the woods, or if you have a brushy patch of land, make sure to place your bluebird house at least 50 feet away, 200 feet away to be safe.

If you end up having persistent problems with house wrens competing for your bluebird houses, try following some of the suggestions I wrote in this article: How to Keep House Wrens Out of Bluebird Houses (click here to read the article).

4. Don’t mount your bluebird house too close to buildings

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Another important thing to keep in mind when putting up your bluebird house, is to keep it away from buildings, like houses and barns. House sparrows (an invasive species and bluebirds’ main competitor) thrive next to human-made structures, like houses and barns, especially if there might be food scraps or animal feed nearby.

Therefor, house sparrows will naturally be attracted to your nest box if you place it next to a barn or too close to a house. So, set your bluebirds up for success from the outset and place your bluebird house in an open area, a good distance away from these types of buildings.

What if I have to place my nest box close to my house?

Now, everyone’s yard is a little bit different, and you might not be able to place your nest box too far away from your house. Ultimately, if you need to mount your bluebird house close to your home, go ahead and do it. As long as it’s in an open area, receives plenty of natural light, and bluebirds can find it, you should be fine.

My first bluebird house was actually close to my house (I mentioned it was about 30 feet from our dining room window). For whatever reason, this location worked out, and we never had major issues with house sparrows at that spot. But, as a general rule, it’s more helpful to bluebirds if you spread out a little bit from buildings like houses and barns.

Extra questions to consider

Question: What direction should a bluebird house face?

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Bluebirds primarily prefer nest boxes that face east, north, south, then west – in descending order of preference (source). Dorene Scriven documented this nest box selection process in the book Bluebird Trails: A Guide to Success.

Bluebirds probably choose east-facing nest boxes more often to avoid the afternoon sunlight overheating their nests, and/or to avoid prevailing winds and storms.

So, an east-facing nest box might be best, but, I wouldn’t stress too much about which direction you face your bluebird house. Just keep in mind how much wind and sun your nest box will receive in its particular location and adjust accordingly.

Question: How far apart should you space bluebird houses?

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Many people who are excited to attract bluebirds to their yard make the mistake of placing bluebird houses too close together. Because bluebirds are territorial towards other bluebirds, if you want to attract more than one bluebird pair, there are some recommendations you’ll need to follow.

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How Far Apart to Space Bluebird Houses

According to the North American Bluebird Society, to attract multiple pairs of bluebirds to your property, you should space out your nest boxes the following distances based on their species:

Bluebird speciesDistance between nest boxes
Eastern Bluebirds100 yards (125-150 yards preferred)
Western Bluebirds100 yards (200-300 yards preferred)
Mountain Bluebirds200-300 yards

Source: The North American Bluebird Society Factsheet “Getting Started with Bluebirds”

Note: In areas where two species of bluebirds overlap, opt for the larger distance of space between nest boxes.

Question: Can you hang bluebird nest boxes from trees?

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While most experts recommend mounting bluebird houses on poles, it is possible to attract bluebirds by hanging nest boxes from trees.

The Michigan Bluebird Society (MBS) cautions against hanging bluebird houses from trees. According to MBS, bluebirds prefer sturdy nest boxes that don’t sway in the wind (source).

This seems like common sense, since natural cavities, like woodpecker holes, would be sturdy and would not sway from side-to-side. However, bluebird landlords in California have found success with hanging nest boxes from trees.

For example, Vicki Butler oversees a bluebird trail of 18 nest boxes spread across two different golf courses in Sacramento, California. Her bluebird houses are topped with large hooks and hung from tree branches that are anywhere from 10-18 feet high (source).

Even though Butler’s nest boxes sway with the wind, and are hung over ten feet in the air, they have been very successful. Butler fledged 81 bluebirds from 18 nest boxes in 2020 alone! Read more about Butler’s bluebird trail in this Medium.com article linked here.

So, yes, you can hang bluebird nest boxes from trees. However, you may only want to do this in areas where you are worried about vandalism to your nest boxes, like at public golf courses. For the average person monitoring a nest box in their back yard, it makes more sense to mount nest boxes on a metal pole.

Conclusion

To summarize the main point of this article: the best place to mount a bluebird house is in a sunny, open area where there is plenty of short grass for bluebirds to hunt for insects. Beyond that, following the tips mentioned above should help you make the best decision possible.

If you’re ready to start attracting bluebirds to your own backyard, read my article called 10 Steps to Become a Bluebird Landlord (click here to read).

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Instructions

    1. Place your bluebird house in an open area.
    2. Mount your bluebird house five feet off the ground.
    3. Keep your bluebird house at least 50 feet away from brushy or wooded areas.
    4. Don't mount your bluebird house too close to buildings.

FAQs

Where to Place a Bluebird House [The Best Location] | Bluebird Landlord? ›

Place nest boxes in the sunniest, most open area possible, away from your house or deep shade. Bluebirds prefer large expanses of short grass with a clear flight path, ideally facing a field. Try not to place the house too close to feeders. Make sure it is mounted 5 to 10 feet off the ground.

What direction should I face my bluebird house? ›

Bluebirds are unable to compete with them for better chance of surviving the first critical hours out of the nesting sites. nest. The house should face south or southeast.

How high do you hang bluebird houses? ›

Height: Bluebirds nest within a wide range of heights, from two to 50 feet. Mounting at eye level provides easy checking; however, if cats or other predators are problems, hang nest boxes at least six to eight feet from the ground.

What color should a bluebird house be? ›

Earth Tones. Bluebirds prefer earthy tones, such as the colors of grass and dirt. For this reason, shades of brown and green are good choices. Bright colors attract other birds and predators, which is detrimental to bluebirds.

Should bluebird houses be in the shade? ›

Bluebirds prefer open grassy areas, fields and no shade. It's best to have a place where high grass and weeds do not grow beneath the nest box. Boxes should be posted five to six feet off the ground, although boxes placed a little higher usually suffice.

Why do bluebird houses face east? ›

Cornell Lab of Ornithology has collected research by citizen scientists across the U.S. to reveal that the Eastern Bluebirds will nest in a bird house that faces in any direction. In the northern states like Michigan, however, the birds prefer the early morning sun coming in the front of the house as it faces the east.

Where is the best place to put bluebird houses? ›

Place nest boxes in the sunniest, most open area possible, away from your house or deep shade. Bluebirds prefer large expanses of short grass with a clear flight path, ideally facing a field. Try not to place the house too close to feeders. Make sure it is mounted 5 to 10 feet off the ground.

Can I hang a bluebird house on a tree? ›

You SHOULD NOT mount bluebird boxes on the sides of trees, fences, or buildings. These are very difficult if not impossible to protect from climbing predators. Also, do NOT hang bluebird boxes. They seem to prefer fixed boxes that are not swinging randomly in the wind.

Why do bluebird houses face east? ›

Cornell Lab of Ornithology has collected research by citizen scientists across the U.S. to reveal that the Eastern Bluebirds will nest in a bird house that faces in any direction. In the northern states like Michigan, however, the birds prefer the early morning sun coming in the front of the house as it faces the east.

Can you put a bluebird house on a tree? ›

You SHOULD NOT mount bluebird boxes on the sides of trees, fences, or buildings. These are very difficult if not impossible to protect from climbing predators. Also, do NOT hang bluebird boxes.

How close to my house can I put a bluebird house? ›

So, if your property is on the edge of the woods, or if you have a brushy patch of land, make sure to place your bluebird house at least 50 feet away, 200 feet away to be safe.

Where should I put a birdhouse in my yard? ›

For most species, bird houses should be at least five feet above the ground, if not higher. The habitat type near the birdhouse will determine which species might use it. For example, birdhouses that are placed near water are more likely to attract tree swallows, whereas house wrens will use those in gardens.

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Set up your nest box in an open area, away from houses and barns Consider using a PVC-style bluebird house, like the “Gilbertson” nest box Don’t use cheap bird feed, like cracked corn, at your feeders Monitor your nest boxes regularly to remove house sparrow nests Set up a “sparrow-spooker” on active bluebird houses. If you want to keep house sparrows out of your bluebird houses, mount your nest boxes in an open area, ideally 100 yards away from houses or barns.. So, avoiding houses, barns, and other domestic locations for your nest box site will go a long way in keeping house sparrows out of your bluebird houses.. My “Gilbertson” nest box in mid-winter PVC-style bluebird houses, like the “Gilbertson” nest box, have been shown to be very effective at deterring house sparrows.. Monitoring bluebird houses is so important because, if you leave nest boxes unmonitored, house sparrows will likely claim them and drive bluebirds away.. The fifth tactic you can use to keep house sparrows out of your bluebird houses is to set up a “sparrow-spooker” on active bluebird houses.. The magic of the sparrow-spooker is that, while it will deter sparrows from entering the nest box, because the bluebirds are already so attached to the box because of their eggs, bluebirds will continue to use the box.. Set up your nest box in an open area, away from houses and barns Consider using a PVC-style bluebird house, like the "Gilbertson" nest box Don't use cheap bird feed, like cracked corn, at your feeders Monitor your nest boxes regularly to remove house sparrow nests Set up a "sparrow-spooker" on active bluebird houses. Overall, if you pick a good nest box, mh tml ount it in a good location, and monitor your nest boxes regularly, you’ll be well on your way to attracting bluebirds and deterring house sparrows.

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