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Alpaca Nest Bag

Original price $10.99 - Original price $10.99
Original price
$10.99 - $10.99
Current price $10.99
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Alpaca wool is simply the warmest all-weather friendly fiber. It contains microscopic air pockets that provide great insulation and keep birds warm. The fibers are fine, lightweight and silky, yet this luxury fiber has great strength and durability. Another reason why alpaca wool is so versatile is because of its weight, or lack thereof. It is almost as light as air. Repels water and quickly dries. Packaged in 3 ounce ready-to-hang mesh bags. Chickadees, titmouse and other songbirds love and use it.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kathy Arms

I have not seen any activity as of yet. Will keep a look out. :) Hoping to see it used by any bird. Hopefully have it in a good spot.

Thanks for your review! Yes, it might take a week or two for the birds to find and start making use of it. You'll know even if you don't see the birds in the act, because the hair will be pulled through and hanging in long strands. I finally caught a tufted titmouse gathering some for its nest after several weeks of waiting. Near your feeders or bird bath and where there is easy escape to shelter in brush and trees is a good location for hanging nesting materials.