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Teardrop Roosting Pocket Birdhouse

Item # 59340

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Give area birds a natural nesting option with our roosting pocket woven from reed grass. Especially useful to non-migrating songbirds during the winter months it provides refuge from harsh conditions and predators, as well as natural ventilation and drainage. Designed to blend into natural surroundings, the rough surfaces make entry and exit easier.

  • 100% reed grass
  • 100% organic
  • Approximately 8.5" H x 4.5" diameter (21.6 x 11.4 cm)
  • Imported

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- March 6, 2018
Very nice product but no one has taken residency yet.

- February 13, 2018
This little birdhouse is beautiful and sturdy. It looks elegant and natural. I can't wait to order more!

- February 3, 2018
These are well-made and easy to hang in a tree. I put them near my birdfeeder so the birds can take shelter in them during bad weather, in between visits to the feeder.

- January 1, 2018
Awesome birdhouse. Got it as a gift for my sister who loves birdhouses and birds in her yard. Product is well made, adorable, and a great price. Would buy it again.

- December 24, 2017
These are adorable - can't wait to hang them in my tree and hopefully the birds will start using them in the spring! Pricing is perfect, will prob. buy more!

- December 21, 2017
I like the birdhouse, but I am still waiting for the birds to find it. I am hoping I have it placed in a good spot. I know wrens will pretty much nest anywhere, so I was hoping some of them may find it. Love the natural fibers and the look of it!

- December 21, 2017
The birds are going to love it!!!

- December 17, 2017
These bird houses are fantastic. I gave 5 Stars even though I haven't yet placed them outside. I decided to wait until end of Winter or early Spring to place them in two pine trees in front of my house. I may give one or two away since this is my second order.

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