Nature's Way Wren House Collection
Well constructed. Beautifully made
Well made, easy to clean, inexpensive to purchase.
This is the second bird house I've gotten, and I'm very happy with the looks and quality of your houses. I'll be coming back for more. I would highly recommend your company for a high quality product.
Great house! The copper strip at the top is nice to really keep out the rain. Easy to clean. I have had chickadees raise 2 or 3 broods in this house each spring for the past 3 to 4 years.
It was a gift to my daughter for Christmas as she had chosen it from your site! She loves it!
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.
Over all a good product.The mounting hardware left a little to be desired so I added my own to make it secure.No residents yet.
Cute, but not as functional as I would like. The copper-covered opening in the back will not make it easy for cleaning out old nest. The opening for the wren was very rough and I had to sand it. One must take care to keep the opening smooth so it doesn't tear at the birds feathers. Not sure if it had openings for ventilation and inside should be scored to make it easier for birds to climb out of nest when ready. Again, research the right birdhouse for the type of bird you would like to attract.
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