I have a family of Eastern bluebirds in the Backyard. I’ve been feeding them mealworms via a platform feeder. They’ve become so accustomed to getting fed that they fly over towards me when I walk outside. Since starting to use mealworms, we’ve also had a huge problem with starlings bullying the bluebirds and eating all of the worms. I did some research and found a starling-proof bluebird feeder. It’s a wooden feeder with a lid, glass on two sides and wood in two sides with holes the size of bluebirds. The bluebirds were of course cautious of this feeder but then the female decided to brave it and fly into the feeder. She ate some of the mealworms Inside but I was frightened to see when she was wanting to leave that she was stuck inside, trying to fly out via the glass walls. She finally figured it out and flew out of the box but has been apprehensive (rightly so) from going back in. And the male still can’t figure it out. Has anyone else had a similar situation and know of any possible solutions? I love seeing that the starlings can’t get in but worried about the bluebirds getting stuck again. Thanks!