Barn Owl House
As one of the most widespread owl species in the world, the Barn Owl is a gorgeous bird of prey that's highly sought after. Not only are they fun to look at but they also defend against rodent infestations.
That's what makes the Barn Owl House from Coveside Conservation Products such an excellent addition to any yard.
The house is constructed of sustainably grown eastern white pine and includes wood chips for the owls. Designed specifically to house the large owls, the house is 17 inches high, 20 inches wide, and 26 inches deep.
That's more than enough space to accommodate the owls, which can have a wingspan of 44 inches.
The Barn Owl House is also known to attract other birds like the American Kestrel, so it can act as a birdhouse to other species as well.
Because of the pre-drilled holes in the wood panels, assembly is quick and easy. All you need is a Phillips screwdriver, and you'll have a place for Barn Owls on your property in no time.
Dimensions: 17"h x 20"w x 26"d
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