1: 1. Plant native trees and shrubs for bluebirds to nest. 2. Provide a shallow birdbath for drinking and bathing.

2: 3. Install a predator guard on birdhouses to protect nests. 4. Place mealworm feeders in your yard for bluebird snacks.

3: 5. Offer dried mealworms in a dish as a supplemental food source. 6. Avoid using pesticides that can harm bluebirds and their food sources.

4: 7. Place a roosting box in your yard for bluebirds to stay warm. 8. Keep bird feeders filled with sunflower seeds and suet.

5: 9. Set up a nesting box with the right dimensions for bluebirds. 10. Keep your yard free of clutter to attract bluebirds.

6: 11. Add a water feature like a small pond or fountain for bluebirds. 12. Prune trees and shrubs to create open spaces for bluebirds to fly.

7: 13. Provide a mix of open areas and dense vegetation for bluebirds. 14. Install a platform feeder for bluebirds to enjoy mealworms.

8: 15. Offer live mealworms in a dish for bluebirds to feast on. 16. Remove invasive plants that can harm bluebirds' habitats.

9: 17. Hang a birdhouse in a sunny spot for bluebirds to nest. 18. Avoid using chemical fertilizers that can harm bluebirds' food sources.