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Featured Product: Birds Choice Bluebird House

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The sun is up, the sky is blue, it’s beautiful and bluebirds are too! And we’re happy to say they are finally back.

Therefore, it’s only fitting that our featured product this post is none other than the Bluebird House from Birds Choice.

This nesting box is made of inland red cedar, which is known for its durability in outdoor products, and is built to last. It features weather-resistant plated deck screws and fully routed edges.

Eastern BluebirdAlthough the start of bluebird nesting season is March, bluebirds continue nesting through July.
If don’t have a bluebird house yet, it’s never too late to put one up. Bluebirds can have as many as three broods in one season, so it’s very possible bluebirds will still be looking for a prime nesting box.

One thing bluebirds look for in a nesting spot is someplace that’s safe, secure and weatherproof. Fortunately, this bluebird house is all of those.

The house features an overhang roof and drainage holes that keep the inside dry and cool. Also, the entrance hole keeps out unwanted predators.

And when nesting season is over, the house’s front door comes off to allow for easy cleaning and removal of unwanted nests.

To see more about this Bluebird House from Birds Choice, visit the product page here.

Timothy Martinez Jr. is a writer and freelance journalist. His work has been published in The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Remapping Debate in New York City and other publications. He’s been a bird lover since he was young and currently lives in New Orleans, L.A.

1 Comment

  1. We have a blue bird house. For 4 yrs, we had bluebirds. Now this year the sparrows keep building nests in there. I take out the nest before there are any eggs. How do I keep the sparrows out.
    We are big bird lovers and have 10 houses and 3 feeders.

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