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Wren or Chickadee House

Original price $39.95 - Original price $39.95
Original price
$39.95
$39.95 - $39.95
Current price $39.95
Color: Milwaukee Brown/Cedar

This is an excellent quality, recycled wren or chickadee house from Green Meadow. Not only are these houses great for the birds, they will look fantastic in your yard and are easy to clean.

Made from polywood, a recycled milk jug product.

Stainless steel fasteners and hangers.

Entrance hole is 1-1/8" diameter.

Roof slides upwards for cleaning out.

Size: 9" wide x 9" deep x 8" high

Made in the USA!

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Customer Reviews

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Karen Brines
Excellent!

This is one of the best made bird houses I have ever gotten, and I plan on having it for the next 40 years, extremely well-made

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BENNIE
No birds

since hanging my new birdhouse not ONE SINGLE bird has looked at it. =-}

Thanks for the review, but please don't give up just yet! It's late in the nesting season--most bird species have fledged their last brood or are in the process of doing so. You can leave your nest box up to provide roosting habitat (shelter from storms and cold temperatures) this fall and winter, or store it and place it back out in early spring before nesting season begins. Here's a great website with helpful tips on nest box placement and timing:
https://nestwatch.org/learn/all-about-birdhouses/nest-box-placement/