ABOUT THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BLUEBIRD CLUB   6 comments

Janel's WEBLPhoto by Janel Pahl, SCBC Member

 Welcome to the Web Site of the Southern California Bluebird Club

Affiliated with the California Bluebird Recovery Program

and 

The North American Bluebird Society

Our mission is to preserve and protect the Western Bluebird and other cavity nesters in Southern CA.  Our goal is to provide a communication forum for active bluebirders in Southern California and to introduce new members to the joys of creating and monitoring nest box trails.

Join us.  We welcome you to this exciting cause and promise the fellowship, camaraderie, and commitment to this cause will fulfill you beyond anything you have ever experienced. It’s just plain fun! We meet monthly on the first Saturday at 9 a.m.  All are welcome to attend and we always have donuts and coffee available for guests.

“Our Mission is for the Birds”  

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Our Next Bluebird
Club Meeting

Saturday,

October 4, 2014 — 9:00 a.m.  

Meeting Location 

Irvine Ranch Water District in the new building on your left as you enter off  Sand Canyon 

15500 Sand Canyon Avenue

Irvine, Ca. 92618

 

Directions

From the I-5 exit on Sand Canyon and go west about a mile to Waterworks Way.  Make a U-turn at Waterworks back onto Sand Canyon and turn right at the first entrance east of Waterworks, and the building on your left is our  meeting place.  Go to the Community Room.

From the 405, exit Sand Canyon and go about a mile east to Waterworks Way. Turn right at the first entrance beyond Waterworks, go the new building on your left, the Community Room.

Please do not knock on the doors of the old building of the Water District. It likely is in use.

Everyone is welcome. Coffee and Goodies served.  No member dues.

The Irvine Ranch Water District neither supports nor endorses the cause nor activities of organizations which use the District’s meeting rooms that are made available as a public service.

The CBRP Newsletter is here: Bluebirds Fly, Summer, 2014


North American Bluebird Society

  

Our mission is to preserve and protect the Western Bluebird and other cavity nesters in Southern CA.  Our goal is to provide a communication forum for active bluebirders in Southern California and to introduce new members to the joys of creating and monitoring nest box trails.

Join us.  We welcome you to this exciting cause and promise the fellowship, camaraderie, and commitment to this cause will fulfill you beyond anything you have ever experienced. It’s just plain fun! We meet monthly on the first Saturday at 9 a.m.  All are welcome to attend and we always have donuts and coffee available for guests.

“Our Mission is for the Birds”  

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VISIT THE PRESERVING HABITATS FOR CAVITY NESTING BIRDS PAGE FOR INFORMATION

ABOUT THE CLUB’S CAVITY CONSERVATION INITIATIVE

Click here for our CCI brochure: CCI brochure pdf

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Posted June 10, 2011 by yankeejim

6 responses to “ABOUT THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BLUEBIRD CLUB

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  1. My property in Tuolumne county has had fair susses this year with about half my boxes going unused the heavy rainfall didn’t seam to help, egg clutches seemed smaller.

  2. How do I buy a bluebird house to hang in my garden or do plans exist and maybe my husband could make a house.
    Thank you,
    Kathy

    Katherine Jurczak
  3. I just read the article about my nephew William Cox building bluebird boxes for your organization. So proud of him! We are also avid bluebird fans here in Covington, GA. We made two boxes at the Charlie Elliot Wildlife Preserve but sadly one box is no longer useable. My son who is 9 and I would love to build another one or two. Can you send us the plans to do so? Mary Lou

  4. which month do the blue birds start building there nest, can’t wait to see them in my yard.
    thanks.

    • The bluebirds will start picking sites and building nests in early April, sometimes earlier. They frequently nest twice a summer here in Socal. Check out the links, Sialis and others to learn all you’ll need about bluebirds.

  5. Blue birds have not yet made a nest in the box I hung for them, impatiently waiting.

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