Houses

Bluebird House

Bluebird House

This is an excellent option for people who are just starting out with bluebirds.  One of the most frequently asked questions is "How do I attract bluebirds into my yard?" and my answer is always, start with a house.  Bluebirds aren't used to looking for food or feeders like other songbirds, they are more looking for housing.  Get them attracted to a house and THEN feed them (live mealworms is their preference, but they also eat fruit, jelly, dried mealworms, suet and seeds out of the shell).  This introductory house can be a great way to "test" if you will attract bluebirds.  The front is on a hinge for easy opening, monitoring, and cleaning.  Mount this to a tree, post or pole.  

Bluebird House 

$23.99

 

Wren House

Wren House

This is a great starter house for attracting wrens.  Did you know that the male wren will put sticks in every location possible in an attempt to attract multiple females?  If you have issues with wrens taking over your other bird houses give a few of these a shot.  Mount them or hang them anywhere you'd like and most likely you will attract wrens.  Another bonus, the entrance hole is too small for many other species including the horribly invasive house sparrow.  The front is on a hinge so it is easy to clean out.  I don't recommend monitoring a wren house like you would a bluebird house, wrens are very territorial and will not care for your invasion of their nest box.  JJust clean it out when they are finished nesting.

Wren House

$22.99

 

Copper-top Chickadee House

Copper-top Chickadee House

This cedar house is beautiful and comes with a hanger so it is easy to hang in your favorite tree.  The side opens up for easy clean out and the hole is the right size to accomodate a chickadee (or smaller wren) anything larger will not fit.  The cedar is quite resistant to weather and will last for many years.  Help out your chickadee friends!

Copper-top Chickadee House

$57.99

 

Copper-top Bluebird House

Copper-top Bluebird House

A gorgeous option if you are looking for a bluebird house this cedar house will last for a long time.  With a side that opens for easy clean out and monitoring you can mount this to a tree, fence post or pole.  The hole is the right size for bluebirds (tree swallows, chickadees, wrens and the invasive house sparrrow can also enter this so be sure to monitor!) and the copper top is stunning.  

Copper-top Bluebird House

$72.99

 

Recycled Wren/Chickadee House

Recycled Wren House

This house is made of recycled materials making it super easy to clean.  The top is hinged so you can also take a peek (if you are brave) and see the nest and babies.  It comes with a hanger and can be hung in your favorite spot.  Do your birds a favor, provide housing today!  Even when it is not nesting season the birds will still roost (overnight) in a house to keep warm and free from extreme weather.  Lifetime guarantee.

Recycled Wren/Chickadee House

$23.99

 

EcoTough™ Ultimate Bluebird House

EcoTough Ultimate Bluebird House

House Opening: 1½" diameter entrance hole.  Our top-of-the-line bluebird house includes all of the key elements needed for a successful nesting experience for both tenant and landlord. It's the ideal size for bluebirds, and it includes the proper drainage and ventilation to keep babies dry. Our unique two-way opening system makes cleaning, maintenance and monitoring a snap.  Lifetime guarantee.

EcoTough™ Ultimate Bluebird House

$84.99

 

Recycled Window Wren/Chickadee House

Recycled Wren House

This one suctions to your window so you have a complete view of the nesting process all the way through to fledging.  Made out of recycled material it is durable and eay to clean.  Perfect for people with small children.  The durable suction cups ensure that it will be safe and stay put.  Lifetime guarantee.

Recycled Window Wren/Chickadee House

$29.99

 

Sparrow Trap

Sparrow Trap

Did you know that house sparrows (non-native) are an INVASIVE species that have been documented killing over 70 different native songbird species just so they could take over their nesting site?  It's a big problem.  You may feel like trapping and killing them is mean, and that is fine, however you should make it a point to monitor your yard and not allow them to have a successful nest in any of your nesting boxes.  Two breeding sparrows will turn into approx 2000 in the course of two years, that's how often they breed.  If you do decide to trap them, we have a live trap that will allow you to release any native species that may get caught.  The two sides are set open to trap the birds, once they land in either compartment the trap will shut, locking them in.  From there they will eventually find their way to the center compartment.  Once in the center compartment you can reopen the side compartments therefore catching more birds.  Once the center is full....well that's up to you.   We work with a wildlife rehab center that can use frozen house sparrows to feed their raptors.  Just let us know if you are interested in helping their non-profit organization.

Sparrow Trap

$84.99