Bluebird Trail


The purpose of this project is to re-establish lost habitat for Bluebirds. Plans call for initially building and installing 100 bluebird houses at selected sites. The first stage of this project will be to install bluebird houses on the Greenway. Since bluebirds are territorial and a little picky about their abodes the first step will be to select appropriate sites and then to install posts on which the houses will be mounted. The plans are to have the houses installed by early January. This is one of the first houses which have been installed for spring 2012. These guys are probably checking out their neighbors.

Currently there are boxes on the Greenway,  Chattahoochee Pointe Park, and the Native Garden on Bethelview Rd. During the last few years, the habitats where the boxes are located have been changing. Reflecting these changes, the species of birds have been changing with bluebirds, chickadees, Carolina wrens, tree swallows, and prothonotary warblers fledging babies. If you want to know more about building and monitoring songbird boxes visit Nestwatch. NestWatch | NestWatch - Where Birds Come to Life

We would like to thank those who have sponsored a bluebird house for the Greenway with their purchase of one or more houses.


Don Booth
Nancy Clactum
Jeannie Glisson-Davis
The Furtak family
Donna Hayes
Nancy Hutchem
Juliet Kersten
Bill Moose
June Morrison
Rebecca Roper
Mary Stansell
Janice Steed
Billy Stuart