We are lucky to have a lot of Eastern bluebirds here at the farm. We now have 5 bluebird houses on the farm. They are around 300 feet apart. We use the Peterson slanted bluebird nest box as house sparrows do not seem to like the slanted front entrance. We also use a baffle on the pole to deter snakes and other climbing predators.
It may be hard to see but this house has a mountain view. You can see the Sauratown mountains at the end of our driveway. This house is located next to an apple tree. The bluebirds will be able to go back and forth from the tree to the house.
This bluebird house is located at the beginning of our back woods. This house has a very quiet setting. The bluebirds will roost in these houses at night during the winter to get out of the cold weather. I cannot wait until spring to see how many bluebirds nest in all the nest boxes. Bluebirds usually have 2 broods per season.