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Backyard Basics™ Wren Nest Box
Exclusive! House wrens actually prefer man-made nesting sites to natural ones, and the Carolina wren often uses a nest box. The male will build several nests to tempt his female, so put up several boxes, 4-10 feet high. 7 1/2"H x 5 1/4"W x 5 1/4"D.
Because many city dwellers are fastidious about their yards, they remove any dead trees and so remove nesting sites for the many cavity-nesting birds. By putting up birdhouses in your yard, you are helping the conservation of these species, especially Bluebirds and Tree Swallows, as well as Wrens and Chickadees. These nest boxes are made from natural, long-lasting Western Red Cedar and left rough to facilitate good footing for their avian occupants, and each meets the needs of the particular species it is designed to attract. Mount with our Heavy Duty Pole or House Hanger Bracket
No Tools Required! We have improved the design, adding a latch that makes opening the nest box for cleaning and monitoring a cinch.