Thursday, February 6, 2020


We are fast approaching the New Year 2020 Nesting Season, this is the beginning of our 8th nesting season for the Bluebird Trail at Green Meadows Preserve PARK.
The Bluebirds are starting to check out the NestBoxes
for the coming nesting season.

The number of birds hatched and fledged
over the past seven years of this project.


Was waiting for me to fill the birdbath with fresh water!

The Bluebird Trail Walk & Talk Tours!

Dates and Times

April 4th, May 2nd, June 6th

(Saturday morning's 10:00am - 12:00 Noon)
We meet at the outdoor classroom, behind the old white house.

Be sure to bring your own drinking water and wear comfortable shoes
for walking the short and easy .9 mile trail.

For question: Call Jim B 404-202-8755 or

Green Meadows Preserve Bluebird Trail, Where Birds Come To Life!

Thanks for joining us along the Trail ..... Jim B

Wednesday, December 18, 2019


Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all our Friends who support and visit our Blog and the Bluebird Trail @ Green Meadows Preserve PARK. A few photo's to remember some of our 2019 activities and events.

Our outdoor Classroom built by a Eagle Scout Project.

Our Total Hatched and Fledged through
the 2019 nesting season.

Our Southern Red Oak, she turned 184 this year.

Not my photo, but a great shot of two
males and a female Bluebird.

One of our many successful Saturday morning
Walk and Talk Tours.

Saturday morning Tour.

This year while in Ireland we found the house we want to stay in
when we visit for 3 or 4 months.

I thought this very approbate for the area around
Green Meadows  Preserve PARK.

This big guy likes to keep an eye on me when I am in the
 PARK filling the feeders with dried mealworms.
One of many Eagle Scout Projects finished
and donated to the PARK this year.

A very successful turn out for one of our Garden Clubs
on a Walk and Talk Tour this year.


Green Meadows Preserve PARK
Bluebird Trail
"where birds come to life!

Wednesday, September 25, 2019


Monday was the first day of Fall, but it sure does not feel like Fall yet!

* NOTE: We have had a date change in November, the Tour scheduled for November 2nd has been rescheduled for Saturday November 16th. Same time and location, just a change of dates.

The look of the Tree of Life on the 1st day of Fall.
Hope to see all of you on our Bluebird Trail Walk and Talk Tour scheduled for Saturday October 5th.

Green Meadows Preserve Bluebird Trail, Where Birds Come to Life!
Thanks for joining us along the Trail . . . . . Jim B

Friday, August 16, 2019

2019 Nesting Season has now ended!

Of the 47 Nest Boxes we check on a regular basis and report the results to The Cornell Lab of Ornithology - NestWatch.

For the 2019 Nesting Year we had a total of 273 Fledglings, of that number 95% were of the Eastern Bluebird. For the seven years since we started the Bluebird Trail Project, we have successfully Fledged 1,590 birds.

The Beautiful Male Eastern Bluebird!

The Blue Back Tree Swallow Is Another Bird That 
Loves These NestBoxes!

The Old House Renovation Is Complete!

Remember Our Fall Walk & Talk Tours!

Our Beautiful 183 Year Old Southern 
Red Oak!

Flowers In The Community Garden!

The Butterflies Love The Garden!

Green Meadows Preserve Bluebird Trail, 
Where Birds  Come To Life!

For answers to your questions:

Follow us at the Bluebird Trail Blog

Thanks for joining us along the Trail.....Jim B

Wednesday, July 17, 2019


Not sure how many more 90 degree plus days we can stand of this weather. It is the baby birds and Eggs in the Nest Boxes that I worry about.

This Bluebird couple made a nest in one of the 
mealworm feeders. This one way of being close
to a food source!

Try to think of cooler weather for the Fall and plan to come join us for one or all of our Bluebird Trail Walk and Talk Tours. Bring a Friend or Neighbor with you!

This is a good shot of the open field trail someone took and posted on 
Friends of Green Meadows Facebook page. Thanks!

I hope you are enjoying the latest Eagle Scout Project that was completed in June.

would like to leave you with this message and quote from an article I read in the MDJ. The best way to slow and reverse climate change is to plant a Billion Trees!

Wednesday, May 29, 2019


We need your help in catching this person or persons that keep setting fires in the woods at Green Meadows Preserve Park. Help by reporting to 911 anything you see that does not look right for a park.

Help us if you can! If you see something say something by calling 911!

Friday, March 22, 2019


Today Thursday March 21st being the first full day of Spring, the Tree of Life as she looks turning 183 years old this year.

Come join us for a walk in the Park on Saturday March 30th @ 10:00 am for our Bluebird Trail Walk and Talk Tour.

Green Meadows Preserve
Where Birds Come to Life!