Creating a backyard haven is easy with our extensive selection of decorative birdhouses. You can choose wooden or metal roof models that, along with hanging hooks, can be placed almost anywhere. In a shady spot that's protected from predators, birdhouse poles let you set up housekeeping that will be a real retreat. We have many different styles to accommodate various large and small species so that every bird will have a perfect place to roost. Chalet styles are colorful and fun while painted novelty designs, whimsical and functional, come in bright colors that will complement the blooming flowers of spring and bring cheer during the drab days of winter. Classic wood feeders and wrought iron cages are also natural attractions that can be hung in any outdoor location. You'll enjoy the view and birds will love the accessibility of nesting and feeding spots.
Give birds a reason and they'll make your back yard their home, thrilled to set up housekeeping in any of these homes. They're mostly designed for smaller species and will also keep predators at bay. Any back yard location will work, whether it's in a tree or on a post, and construction provides easy access for cleaning. Themed and brightly painted designs add color along with interiors that are appealing for nesting, which could mean your favorite flocks will return year after year. Wooden and metal houses are crafted for all-weather enjoyment; wood crafting in particular provides a natural attraction, as some species are very picky, and many can be hung from branches for easier observation – and watching the activity around birdhouses will become a treat for everyone.
More About Birdhouses. Regardless of which birdhouse you choose, location is all-important. The setting will depend on the types of birds that frequent your area. Different species also prefer varying heights, too. Houses situated at three-five feet may be a draw for bluebirds. This provides an added benefit for kids who can observe avian behaviors from a closer perspective.
Flycatchers, on the other hand, prefer their shelter located at about 10 feet and even better if it's mounted in the shelter of a tree trunk. You can also hang bird houses from hooks, stands and tree branches. Swaying in the breeze is one way to prevent unwelcome guests and the birds will love the flowing motion, too.