Round up a pleasing posse of America's favorite songbirds with this classic Bluebird Bunkhouse. Truly American (they range only on the American continent), bluebirds suffered a decline in the last century after the introduction of European starlings and house sparrows, larger competitors that steal bluebird nest holes. Thanks to bluebird trails and other efforts, bluebirds have made a comeback; if you'd like to be sure to prevent any rustling on your range, simply place two bunkhouses back to back or near each other. What you'll hear from your musical herds will be harmonious beyond compare! Features:
Beautifully simple in design and ruggedly built with front opening for easy cleaning
Beginning with the distinctive Heartwood roof; copper trimmed
and shingled, with each shingle hand cut and stone washed. All cypress construction with excellent drainage, ventilation and a convenient mounting paddle. One of our most popular homes. Features: Bird house. ...
A famous architect once said, ''God is in
the details,'' and as you can see, the architectural details in this pastoral gem are nothing short of heavenly. Filigreed metal medallion makes for an elegant counterpoint to the spare A ...
Bluebirds were there to welcome the first settlers
of Plymouth Colony, who called them blue robins. Now you can return the hospitality with the royal welcome of Bluebird Manor. Solid cypress construction features our famous stone washed shingled roof, ...