The Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin, Inc. (BRAW) is Wisconsin's voice for bluebird conservation. BRAW publishes a quarterly newsletter, Wisconsin Bluebird, to share in its pages both success and failure stories by its membership and other authors working to increase local bluebird populations.
BRAW stresses: How to recognize bluebird habitat; how to place nest boxes on a bluebird trail; why and how to monitor a bluebird trail; how to spot natural enemies of bluebirds; how to defend bluebirds against their enemies; identifying nest failures and what to do; the impact and significance of other bird species that may nest in bluebird houses; a statewide network of county coordinators who assist local residents with bluebird problems; the importance of local bluebird workshops; safe bluebird nest box construction; where to obtain supplies, boxes, and books; report of annual bluebird population trends; bluebird video and movie educational services; and, an annual autumn membership meeting with the attendant good fellowship of friends and families.
Please take a few minutes to renew your membership or to become a new member of BRAW today. BRAW needs your membership support to continue the bluebird restoration program.
BRAW is a nonprofit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Wisconsin. Your membership donation and other financial support of BRAW, Inc. is a tax deductible charity to the extent allowed by law.