Birdhouse Collection

Whether youâ??re looking for a hand-burnished avian bungalow birdhouse or a purple martin mansion, we have the perfect birdhouse to spice up your backyard or patio. A birdhouse provides a shelter for birds to nest--making your yard a true avian hideaway. It also allows you to build a deeper connection with a family of birds!

The key to picking the correct birdhouse is to first determine what species of bird youâ??d like to attract. A purple martin house, bluebird house or woodpecker house are just a few options available. And donâ??t forget, every birdhouse we carry is covered by a 100% money-back guarantee, so you can be confident that youâ??ll get a birdhouse that fits your needs.

Decorative Bird House
Purple Martin House
Bluebird House
Wren House
Decorative Bird Houses Purple Martin Houses Bluebird Houses Wren / Chickadee Bird Houses
Woodpecker House
Bat House
Bird House Accessory
Bird House Kit
Woodpecker / Flicker Bird Houses Bat Houses Bird House Accessories Bird House/Bird Feeder Kits
Bird Pole
Mounting Poles & Hardware      
Barred Owl House
Our Price: $99.99
Savings: $32.01 (24%)
Barred Owl House, Unassembled with Predrilled Holes
Our Price: $99.99
Savings: $32.01 (24%)
Barn Owl House, Assembled with Predrilled Holes
Our Price: $99.99
Savings: $32.01 (24%)
Kestrel House
Our Price: $42.99
Barn Owl House
Our Price: $99.99
Savings: $32.01 (24%)
Black Bellied Whistling Duck House
Our Price: $57.99
Savings: $12.01 (17%)
Saw-Whet/Screech Owl House
Our Price: $44.99
Convertible Winter Roost
Our Price: $39.99
Horizontal Winter Roost
Our Price: $44.99
Winter Shelter
Our Price: $35.99
Goldeneye House
Our Price: $57.99
Savings: $12.01 (17%)
Bufflehead House
Our Price: $44.99
Savings: $3.01 (6%)
Small Wood Duck House
Our Price: $48.99
Savings: $3.51 (7%)
Common Merganser House
Our Price: $57.99
Savings: $12.01 (17%)
Wood Duck/Hooded Merganser House
Our Price: $57.99
Savings: $12.01 (17%)

Recent Customer Reviews - Birdhouse Collection

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Mal M. from Geneva, FL
Just waiting for the birds!
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Renate T. from New Jersey
We were so happy to receive the bird house in time for Christmas. It is a beautiful birdhouse it enhances our backyard.
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Sophia H. from Wichita, KS
This is a great bird roost. It takes a while to figure out how to open it because with mine the instructions were inside. The front is stiff and is hard to open at first. The metal latch on the roost can come all the way unscrewed, but it is unnecessary to open the roost. The latch is supposed to keep the front from coming open by putting it down in front of the door. It feels durable. I have yet to put it up, but I am sure it will be good quality.
Sophia H. reviewed: Small Winter Roost
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Wayne H. from Cedar Rapids, IA
Great birdhouse. Very decorative. I did not mount it on a telescoping mast as it was hopefully going to be a useful decoration for another project. But, the mount for their triangular telescoping post was plain to see and instructions were clear on how to use it.... The house looks beautiful and I will be able to reach it with a ladder... It was easy to put together and a welcome addition to our backyard's decor. Someday maybe it will attract some tenants. Only real downside is that I wanted to double the living spaces for each nest (anc cut room number in half), but I don't think the instructions were as clear on that as they could have been... Otherwise, a great little project that only took an hour or so to build. I added black sharpie to highlight the "shutters" and other window treatments on the nest openings. Very happy with this purchase.
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Nancy H. from San Diego.CA
Well made and reminds me home where the robins were everywhere.
Nancy H. reviewed: Bobbo Robin Birdhouse
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Julie T. from West Mcdonald Lake, MN
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Kathy S. from Cleveland, OH
Looks to be pretty good although this is our first bat house, so we'll see!
Kathy S. reviewed: Bat House Kit
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Albert C. from Millersville MD
Well built and sturdy, we had tenants the second day it was up. Also a great buy.

More Information About Bird Houses

  • Winter Bird Feeding Guide -
  • Birdhouse Cleaning Guide - In this guide, you'll find everything you need to know about cleaning a birdhouse or nesting box.
  • How to Make Your Backyard a Bird's Paradise - Here are five easy ways you can get wild birds into your backyard.
  • Top 10 Most Desired Backyard Birds - Everyone loves when a bird comes into their backyard for bite to eat. However, this is a list of those birds you'd love to come around more often.
  • How To Stop A Bird From Pecking At Your Window - When birds see themselves in windows, they are usually alarmed and peck at the reflection in the glass for several minutes. If you have this problem, here are some solutions to deter birds from pecking at your window.
  • How to Attract Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks - For residents in the eastern half of the United States, the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak is one of the most attractive and desired backyard birds. If you'd like to lure this bird to your yard, here's some advice to keep in mind.
  • How To Care For A Fallen Baby Bird - Whether by accident or by design, baby birds sometimes fall out of nests and land helplessly on the ground. If you you find one of these fallen baby birds, here are some things you should do to help it.
  • Tips For Birding At Night - Night birding helps you spot a variety of new species that only come out at night, like the Great Horned Owl or the Night Heron. If you're planning on going birding at night, here are some tips to keep in mind.
  • How To Protect Your Birdhouse from Cats - Domestic and feral house cats kill about 500 million birds a year, which is why it's extremely important to protect your birdhouse, feeder and nesting boxes from predators. Make protecting your backyard birds a priority by following these tips.
  • How to prevent birds from hitting windows - The number one cause of unnatural bird deaths in the United States is birds flying into windows. If you're interested in preventing birds from flying into your windows, here are a few easy steps you can take.
  • How to attract Black-capped Chickadees to your yard - One of the most popular backyard birds in the Northern United States is the Black-Capped Chickadee. With its mellifluous song and active personality, many birders have sought ways to lure the Black-Capped Chickadee to feed and nest near their home.
  • How To Attract Robins To Your Yard - The American Robin is a beautiful bird that has a wide range spanning most of the United States. If you'd like a robin to feed or nest in your yard, here a few tips to help attract them.
  • How To Protect Wild Birds During The Winter - Harsh winters can be difficult times for wild birds. Though the cold air does not physically affect them, birds often have a difficult time finding food, water and shelter during snow storms and frigid weather. Here are some tips for helping wild bir
  • General Rules for Attracting Birds - developing the proper habitat is the one thing that will attract and maintain birds in your yard