Migrating bluebirds can be tracked at BirdNote.org. The website features a tracker that utilizes a combination of acoustics, radar, and observational and meteorological data to follow bird migrations. BirdNote.org also provides links for bird watchers and conservationists.
Bluebirds migrate from northern breeding grounds to winter in the southeastern United States and Mexico. Some may fly for over 2,000 miles to reach their destination. Eastern bluebirds from the southeastern parts of the United States may fly short distances further south or remain in their breeding grounds throughout the year.
Eastern bluebirds dwell in open country that has sparse ground cover. They are commonly found along pastures, fields, golf courses and suburban backyards.