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Steal of the Day: Terra Cotta Birdhouse

I love encouraging birds to nest near my home. With sparrows, hummingbirds, and Stellar's Jays visiting the bird feeder every day, there's no way I can get lonely, even when I'm all by my lonesome. With this Terra Cotta Birdhouse ($9.99, originally $24), you can keep your feathered friends near and dear. This birdhouse will comfortably house any insect-eating small birds that want to roost in your hood. The hand-thrown birdhouse is an earthenware replica of a 17th century Dutch "bird pot." It features a trig perch at its small entrance, which deters predators, but also has a large opening that rests against a tree or post, which will make it easy to clean.

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katie_c katie_c 9 years
i like it but caterpillargirl's comment worries me...
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 9 years
I had one of those, BEES took up residence, and I am talking a Hive, had to get a Bee wrangler out, and he had to break it. Not buying another one! so sad.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 9 years
A home for a very small bird.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Seems to have a very small opening...
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