Bluebirds Project

blue feather Photos & Movie

blue feather Altricial or precocial

blue feather Feeding

blue feather Food Web

blue feather Song

blue feather Camouflage

blue feather Winter


blue feather Charting eggs

blue feather All about Birds

blue feather Frayer Model Birds - doc. | pdf

blue feather Collecting data

blue feather Compare/Contrast

blue feather Nest Box Log ele/ms/hs

blue feather Life Cycles ele/ms

blue feather Mapping Birds ele/ms/hs

blue feather Variables

blue feather Feather Facts

blue feather Scientific Thinking ele/ms/hs

blue feather Systems & Controls

blue feather Feeder Project doc | pdf

blue feather Science Journal Entry

blue feather Make Bluebird Puzzle

blue feather Ecology Vocabulary

blue feather Classification

blue feather Resources

spaceBluebird video at NGS

spaceEggs Fact Hunt

spaceBirds Book online

spaceBirds Facts Activity

spaceLearn about Nests


spaceCitizen Science Projects

spaceFields, Meadows EcoUnit

Other Nestbox residents:

spaceTree Swallows

spaceEnglish Sparrow


spaceWren Chicks




Bluebirds Project

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Food Web Relationships

blue arrow 1. Read - Food Chains and Webs | Watch - Food Web Brain Pop

Helpful resources: Ecology | Ecology and food webs in wetlands
The Balance of Nature - Food Webs |

Open a word processing document. Enter the questions and your answers.
Save after each answer.

1. What is a food web?


What is a food chain?


tablr 2. Use a Table to examine the species that may interact with bluebirds in their food web. (Enter down the first column)

Across the first row enter: Producers, Primary Consumers, Secondary Consumers, Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores, Predators, Prey

Place a plus sign + in the cells that apply to each organism.

Place a minus sign - in the cells that do not apply to each organism.

Tabulate the results. What do you find?


blue arrow Review Food Web at Cayuga Lake

Diagram a food web that includes bluebirds. Show the flow of energy.
(You do not have to draw pictures of organisms. You may use public domian clip art.
Or type the names and draw the arrows using the draw arrow tool.)



Learn more:

Thinking eco-logically and the food web of the bluebird

Who's Eating Who - adapt to bluebirds in grassy meadow habitat.

Studying Birds

A Study Of Bluebird Management

Handbook of Biological Statistics! online textbook

Main Bluebird Project page

BirdSleuth: Investigating Evidence - free materials from Cornell University

Photo is public domain

tree icon Save a tree - use a digital answer format - Highlight the text. Copy it. Paste it in a word processing document. Save the document in your folder. Answer on the word processing document in a contrasting color (not yellow) or font (avoid blackmore, brodfont dear or other ornate artistic fonts). Save frequently as you work. Proof your responses. It is funny how speling errors and typeos sneak in to the bets work. smiling icon

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