The Missouri Bluebird Society is one of our favorite organizations!
(Birds-I-View's history with Bluebirding goes way back...see below!)
Missouri Bluebird Society
The North American Bluebird Society was established in 1978, and has
certainly played a prominent role in the great “Return of the Bluebird”
populations that our continent has experienced in recent times. NABS
(The North American Bluebird Society) has an extensive group of state
Affiliate organizations all across the U.S. and Canada. Unfortunately,
although Missouri’s state bird is the Eastern Bluebird, there was no
“State Affiliate” organization for Missouri. After meeting so many
dedicated Bluebirders here in Missouri, we are happy to say that problem
has now been rectified!The "Missouri Bluebird Society " has  been
formed, thanks to the efforts of  dedicated Bluebirders  across the state.
Following are the organizations officers & Board Members :
Steve Garr, Missouri Bluebird Society President
Greg Samuel, Vice President
Regina Garr, Secretary
Mary List, Treasurer
Jim Rathert , Board of Directors
Ann Earley, Board of Directors
Bob Siemer, Board of Directors

Stop by Birds-I-View anytime to visit with Steve & Regina about Bluebirds!
(Or any birds!) Steve spent nearly nine years as the
for the Nature Society News.  A native of Nashville,
Tennessee, Steve Garr founded the state Bluebird organization for
Tennessee, and has served on the Board of Directors of the North
American organization as well as having served as their Vice-President
and President.  Steve and his wife Regina (a native to the state of
Missouri) also founded and maintained the “Shelby Bottoms Bluebird
Trail” in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, successfully fledging hundreds
of Bluebirds into this metropolitan city park for everyone to enjoy.
North American Bluebird Society honored Steve in 2011
with   the
"John & Nora Lane Award for Outstanding Contributions to Bluebird
Conservation".Steve’s 30 + years of research on bringing Bluebirds back
to the City, as well as his advice on bluebirding, are featured in the  
The Bluebird Monitor’s Guide, Harper Collins Press.  Steve &
Regina now monitor a "city" Bluebird trail in Jefferson City, Missouri and  
are very excited about the opportunity to contribute to Missouri’s own
Bluebird Society!
We look forward to seeing you at the next  MISSOURI
Steve & Regina Garr
Learn more about the Missouri Bluebird Society!
Visit the Society's website at:
Visit the Missouri
Bluebird Society

Join the Missouri
Bluebird Society!
Download a
Membership Form


Need a great Power
Point Program on
Bluebirds for your
organization's next
Download the MOBS
"Educational Power
Point Program"!
(this program is
intended for  
purposes only. Please
respect those individuals
who have contributed
photography and
information to this
program by not altering
the program in any
Take a " Tour"
of the
2014 Missouri Bluebird Conference !
Tour the Programs, Workshops,  
AND  the gorgeous site of the
Conference Field Trip : Mockingbird
Download Photos of the
2014 Missouri Bluebird
photo by Steve Garr
2015 Bluebird Conference
honors Missouri Garden Clubs
for Bluebird Conservation!
We look forward to seeing you at the NEXT Bluebird Conference! Steve & Regina Garr
visit the MOBS website at:
What do Bluebirds
We regret that the
2020 Missouri
Bluebird Conference,
originally scheduled
July 10th - 12th, 2020
Jefferson City, MO
has been cancelled
Please Read this
note from MOBS
Steve Garr
Plans include
templates for
mounting to 3/4
inch round poles
& to T-Posts
A Snake/Raccoon
with fewer
sharp edges
to deal with!
A Purple Martin
Open House!
June 6, 2020
Home of MOBS member
Ivan Ray Miller...Get the
details and MAP
Scroll down to the Yellow box below to download issues of
the Missouri Bluebird Society's Newsletter,
The Fledgling.
MOBS Nest Box Trail Summary
Reporting Form
MOBS 2020
Mail -in
In the absence of our
Annual conference and
Auction /Raffle, MOBS is
offering these GREAT
items in the form of a
"Mail-in" Raffle.
Drawing will be held
January 15, 2021
Don't Delay!