Wren, Chickadee, and Titmouse Houses
Our high quality Wren/Chickadee bird house design allows for proper drainage and ventilation to keep the nest and babies dry and has an ideal floor size for wrens and chickadees. Also includes our two-way opening system. The side opens for clean out and the roof opens for monitoring the nest. These houses are also available in our EcoTough material.
To entice bluebirds to nest in your yard, we recommend using the Wild Birds Unlimited Bluebird House. Officially approved by the North American Bluebird Society, this house provides protection from weather and extreme temperatures and features the proper dimensions and other amenities bluebirds desire. In addition, the roof opens for viewing eggs and babies, and the side opens for easy cleaning. Available in durable wood or recycled plastic.
Using the Wild Birds Unlimited Advanced Pole System®, place the house at a safe, desired height of about five feet. This height is optimum for bluebirds, and it allows you to easily monitor their progress.
Use the Wild Birds Unlimited Raccoon Baffle to prevent squirrels, raccoons, snakes or other predators from getting to the nest.
Purple Martin Houses
Putting up a Purple Martin house is like installing a miniature neighborhood in your own backyard. East of the Rocky Mountains, the Purple Martin is completely dependent on human supplied housing.
The Eastern Screech Owl, the Barn Owl, and the Barred Owl will readily take to a nest box.
Bats are among the most fascinating and highly beneficial animals you can have in your backyard.
Wood Duck Box
The Wood Duck is one of the most colorful North American waterfowl that will use a nesting box.
Woodpeckers of many different species readily seek out nesting cavities, both manmade and natural.