Songbird, Owl Woodpecker Bird Houses, Roosting Boxes, Nesting Shelves
Providing nesting sites for wild birds is an important part of creating a sanctuary for wild birds. Houses are designed for songbirds and perching birds - chickadees, wrens, titmice, nuthatches and the smaller backyard bird species.
Providing nesting and roosting box for wild birds is an important part of a sanctuary. These houses are designed for songbirds and perching birds - chickadees, wrens, titmice, nuthatches and the smaller backyard bird species. Wood, decorative bird houses.
North American, US Birds That Will Nest in Bird Houses
Below is a list of wild birds which may be encouraged to use man-made cavities, bird houses or nesting platforms and shelves.
Chickadee, Gray Headed,
Chickadees, Black Capped
Chickadees, Chestnut Backed
Common Barn Owls
Duck, Barrow's Goldeneyes
Duck, Black Bellied Whistling
Duck, Common Merganser
Duck, Goldeneyes, Common
Flycatcher, Wied’s Crested
Flycatchers, Great Crested
Owl, Northern Saw-whet
Owls, Eastern and Western Screech
Swallow, Purple Martins
Swallow, Violet Green
Woodpeckers, Northern Common Flicker
Wren, Brown Throated