I had a pair, male and female (Ann and Moise) in a birdhouse on my fence. The small wrens forced them out. They both fought them off but did not win. Do you think they'll be back this fall are springtime? I was very disappointed. I was
so looking forward to babies and families in my yard.
Bluebirds do get pushed out and bossed around. Most often by the non-native House Sparrows. I only deal with Western Bluebirds here. At this time of year, they won't be back. It's too late for breeding. Watch for them next spring though. And if the wrens are hanging about, try to gently shoo them away. You may not hurt them though because they are equally protected by law.
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