Birdhouses Online
Bird House Store

Buy a house for a wild bird family, feathered friends.
Attract wood ducks with A charming birdhouse for their family.
There is a few things to consider when selecting a birdhouse:

  • where are you going to put it?
  • what birds are in your general area and neighborhood?
  • what predators are in the area?
  • what kind of protection will the bird house offer?
  • up to 30 species of birds might want to use the birdhouse.


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The bird families listed below are looking for houses.
Help our feathered friends this winter - provide shelter.
Your backyard is a great place for birds to live.

Bluebird
Bufflehead
Chickadee
Finch
Flicker
Flycatcher
Goldeneye
Kestral
Mergansers
Phoebes
Purple Martin
Owls
Robins
Swallow
Titmouse
Warblers
Nuthatch
Wild Birds
Wood Duck
Woodpeckers
Wrens

PROTECTING BIRD HABITAT Each year your State wildlife agency, private conservation groups, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service work together to acquire and manage millions of acres of wetland habitat--swamps, ponds, lakes, and marshes. These wetlands provide nesting habitat for songbirds and shorebirds, ducks and geese, hawks and owls. You can help preserve wetlands for wildlife by buying Federal Duck Stamps at your local post office. Money from sales of these Stamps is used to buy more wetlands. For more information write: Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240.

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