The Perfect Gift for the Gardener or Bird Watcher!
The bluebird house with tin roof are handcrafted using rough sawn cedar. Rustic in appearance, this cedar bluebird house is also painted with Sherwin William’s exterior country blue paint. We apply 4 coats minimum and then apply a protective clear coat finish to the painted wood and the tin roof.
The cedar is naturally weather and rot resistant. Tin is used for the roof which allows the bird house to last nearly forever! I have several in my garden area mounted to a pole for over 14 years how and they still look great.
The entry hole is designed especially for bluebirds but you may have a wren or chickadee and other eastern or western song birds nest in this box.
To see more photographs browse our Gallery of Bluebird Houses
The small wood pull on the side of the bird house is a door so that you can clean out the bird house at the end of the season! Above is the large bluebird house.
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Hi Michael – Thanks for your comment on my blog. How do your bluebird houses open for monitoring and cleaning?
On the right side of the house there is a door that opens up. The entire side of the house opens so that it makes it easy for fall cleaning.
They’re really very cute, Michael. We also like bird houses and nesting boxes and my husband made a few lovely ones.
thank you, Annette The bluebirds are beautiful birds!
Just an idea – your birdhouses are pretty cool. You might make some additional money by making plans and putting them on Sawtooth Ideas. I think they sell well there.
HI Jeff, thank you, that is a good idea.
Damn! I wish I had bluebirds where I live! These are beautiful!
Hi Mimi, the bluebirds are very beautiful! Where do you live? I am so glad you visited my site and taking time to comment. I just browsed over to your site too and I am glad I did, great recipes! I love to cook too and it’s always nice to have another site to visit for recipes! 🙂 I hope you will visit again soon.
What a lovely breath of spring, Michael. Hugs!
thank you!! Thank you for visiting my blog and woodcraft web site! 🙂
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