Since the 1970's there are 3 billion fewer wild birds in North America.
There are many reasons for the decline in wild birds in North America: loss of habitat, pesticides, feral and house cats, etc. The bright spot is there has been an increase in the Eastern Bluebird since the 1970's when they were concerned to be a species to watch because their numbers were declining.
This result can be directly linked to the work of the North American Bluebird Society and state affiliates, working to create an awareness of the issues and getting people like you to help in this conservation movement: Establishing nestbox trails (Grants available to establish nestbox trails), educating individuals on being good bluebird landlords and teaching the next generation the importance of conservation.
If you're interested in conservation and want to be a part of a group with similar interests please consider joining the Tennessee Bluebird Society.
The Tennessee Bluebird Society was formed in 2013 and is a IRS 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit
Tennessee Bluebird Chapters By County
If your county doesn't have a chapter and you are interested in starting one let us know.
Cumberland County Bluebird Club
Serving Cumberland County
email: [email protected]
cell phone: (931) 210-0545
118 Northridge Drive
Crossville, TN 38558
Cookeville Bluebird Club
Serving the Cookeville Area
Please email the address above for more information on this chapter.
Shelby County Chapter of the TN Bluebird Society
Serving Shelby County Contact Information Fred Robertson email: [email protected] cell phone: (901) 612-0233 1716 Gosnold Bluff Rd. Collierville, TN 38017
Tri-State Bluebird Club
Serving the Chattanooga area.