Bird Houses and Bird Feeders
Bat House and Chipmunk Feeder
Our handcrafted bird houses and shelters are cut from weather and insect resistant western cedar or 100 year old red oak for long lasting usage. Our butterfly house, bat house, flying squirrel house, and chipmunk and squirrel feeders are just the ticket for completing your backyard
wildlife sanctuary. All have clean outs and are easy to mount.
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Attracting Birds to your Home or Garden
Made in the USA
All handcrafted in the US, these bird houses and bird feeders will make a wonderful addition to your wildlife sanctuary. Choose from artfully designed bird houses and bird feeders, butterfly and bat houses, a flying squirrel house, and our patented chipmunk feeder!
Our Little Brown Bat box, specifically engineered for warm climate bats, is made from western cedar for long lasting use. Traditionally, bats have roosted in trees and caves; they have adapted to living in bat houses, because fewer trees and caves are available to them. Ventilation has been provided for southern climates, caulk the width spanning 1/4 inch slot for northern locations. Our bat houses are ready to mount utilizing a pre-drilled keyhole slot in the back and anchor holes. We've roughened up the inside giving extra traction for a non-slip foothold inside, and added grooves on the landing area for extra grip, especially important to fledging pups.
Our deluxe bluebird house featured in Southern Living magazine is specifically engineered for Eastern and Western bluebirds and is made from western cedar for long lasting use. The houses come with an easy to open side cleanout plus a plexiglass viewing window. Ready to mount utilizing a pre-drilled keyhole slot in the back and anchor holes, they are easy to hang and remove. Our slotted predator guard and 1 and 1/2 inch hole will help bluebirds re-populate your neighborhood!
Feed the chipmunks while keeping the food away from squirells with our unique chipmunk feeder!
Our handcrafted bird houses and feeding stations are solidly crafted using weather and insect resistant western cedar or 100 year old red oak. Made to last, the houses have large holes for most birds, plus clean outs for removing last year's nest.
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