Michigan Bluebird Society

Experiencing the Joy of Bluebirds!

MBS Bird Conservation Webinars   



The Michigan Bluebird Society is very pleased to announce a series of free online webinars on bluebird and other bird conservation topics.  This initiative is part of the Society’s mission of educating its members and the general public about how to help bluebirds and other native birds. The webinars were also developed to help replace the in-person programs the Society has been unable to present since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.


These webinars are just online seminars that allow attendees to watch and listen to a presenter’s program as if they were in the room with them.  Presenters will include both our resident bluebird experts and guests from outside the organization.  There will be approximately one per month during much of the nesting season.  All seminars have no cost to attend and are open to all members and the general public.  See below for the upcoming schedule.

The webinars will be broadcast live with attendees being able to ask questions to the presenter at the end.  We are also planning to have them available for replay if you can’t attend the actual live event.   Attending will require you to install the WebEx app on your computer or phone to join in.  If you don’t want to use your PC or have limited internet service, there will also be a phone number where you can call in and listen (call charges may apply depending on your phone provider’s plan).   You will need functioning speakers on your PC or device to hear the audio.  To participate verbally or on video (not required) you will need a microphone and video camera on your device.


We request that attendees join in at least several minutes early, as we do have a capacity of 150 people for each webinar.  If you are unable to sign in after the webinar is full, you can still view the replay of the event.  The link for the replay will be placed on our website within a few days of the live event.


Upcoming Free Webinars 


Saturday, March 27th at 1:30 PM EST    Captivating Bluebirds   by Stan Tekiela

Nationally known author, naturalist, wildlife photographer and bluebird landlord with more than 70 boxes, Stan Tekiela, will present his program “Captivating Bluebirds”.  Stan will feature his one-of-a-kind photographs of bluebirds which were taken over several years.  He will share his knowledge and expertise and narrate photos showing the life cycle of bluebirds. There will be time for questions at the end.

Pre-registration is required for this popular event.  This webinar is limited to 150 attendees, so please register soon. This program will not be recorded, so it will not be available for replay. 

Click here to be directed to a Cisco Webex page.
  • Once there click on the Register button below the Meeting Number (no password is required)
  • You will be presented with a Register for Meeting box. Supply the requested information.  Click on the Register button.  We will send you an email confirming your registration which will also include the meeting access information.
We hope you can attend this fascinating program.

Saturday, April 3rd at 1:00 PM EST   Feeding Bluebirds 101   by Kurt Hagemeister

This program covers all the aspects of how to successfully feed bluebirds, including types of feeders, where to place them, different foods bluebirds will eat, and other valuable tips. There will be time for questions at  the end.  The program is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.

  To access this meeting on your computer go to Feeding Bluebirds   If Webex is already installed on your computer your will be prompted for the meeting number and password.  If you do not have Webex installed, you will be prompted to install it.  Follow the instructions given to install it and then you will be prompted for the meeting number and password.  Meeting Number  126 842 5101  Password (case sensitive)   FBcQFmyj322

To call in and listen to the meeting Call  415-655-0001  Meeting Number  126 842 5101  Password  32273695

Recordings of Past Webinars


Attracting Bluebirds in Michigan   by Kurt Hagemeister

This comprehensive program covers all of the major elements needed to attract and keep bluebirds in your yard—nest boxes, feeders, water, and plantings.

          Click here to watch this interesting and informative webinar.

       Password to access this webinar is   Bluebird1     Note:  Password is case sensitive.