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Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use

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  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
  • Wakefield Premium Bird Houses Nesting Perch for Outdoor Use
$38.99

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Wakefield Nesting Perch For Outdoor Use

Wakefield premium bird houses are hand-crafted in the USA and made of only the finest, sustainably-grown Eastern White Pine Wood. Eastern White Pine is an ideal material for bird houses because it provides superior insulation during the summer and winter months while remaining light in weight and easy to hang.

The Wakefield Nesting Perch is quite popular amongst species of birds that prefer an open-front nesting box, such as Song Sparrows, Catbirds, Thrashers, Phoebes, Robins, Barn Swallows and more. The open-front is perfect for observing the birds throughout nesting season - watch birds nesting, eggs hatching and the baby birds as they grow up, making the Wakefield window nesting box perfect for bird watching, entertainment or educational purposes.

This simple perch is commonly placed under the eaves, inside a garage or barn, or on the side of a building. It offers protection from the elements and requires no maintenance. Installation is designed to be easy; simply mount the nesting perch to a tree by putting two screws through the pre-drilled holes in the back panel.

Each Wakefield Bird House is constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the species, placement and maintenance of the bird house.


Product Description

Eastern White Pine Wood is a great material for building birdhouses. It is sustainably grown.
Made from Eastern White Pine Wood

Eastern White Pine is an ideal material for bird houses because it provides superior insulation during the summer and winter months while remaining light in weight and easy to hang.

Wakefield Nesting Perch

Attract Beautiful Birds Right to Your Yard!

The Wakefield Nesting Perch has an open-front design that is perfect for observing birds throughout the nesting season. Watch as the birds nest, the eggs hatch, and the baby birds grow up. It's perfect for anyone who enjoys bird watching, bird feeding, or educating their children about the lives of birds.

The Wakefield Nesting Perch most commonly attracts species of birds such as...

  • Song Sparows
  • Robins
  • Barn Swallows
  • Catbirds
  • Thrashers
  • Phoebes
 

What Types of Birds Use a Nesting Perch?

A song sparrow sitting on a wooden perch while looking back at the camera

A beautiful robin bathes in a pond showing off it's orange underbelly in the sun

Barn swallows have beautiful colors that are shown off during flight.

Song Sparrows

Song Sparrows are streaky and brown with thick streaks on their white underbelly. Their heads are an attractive mix of warm red-brown and slaty gray, though these shades, as well as the amount of streaking, can vary extensively across North America.

Song Sparrow flights are short and fluttering, with a characteristic downward pumping of the tail. Male Song Sparrows sing from exposed perches such as small trees and nesting perches.

Robins

American Robins are typically gray-brown in color and have warm orange underparts with dark heads. Females have paler heads that contrast less with the gray back.

Robins are fairly large songbirds and have a large, round body with long legs and a fairly long tail. Robins make a good reference point for comparing the size and shape of other birds.

Barn Swallows

Barn Swallows are very pretty birds that typically have a steely blue back that stretches to its wings and tail, and a tawny undercarriage. Their blue crown and faces contrast with their cinnamon-colored forehead and throat, and the white spots under their tails can be difficult to see except in flight.

Barn follows are commonly found in open habitats such as fields, parks, and roadway edges, to marshes, meadows, ponds and coastal waters. Their nests are often easy to spot under the eaves or inside of sheds, barns, bridges and other structures.

 
Wakefield Bird Nesting Perch Mounted on the side of a building to attract songbirds

Where to Hang Your Nesting Perch

This simple perch is commonly placed under the eaves, inside a garage or barn, or on the side of a building. It offers protection from the elements and requires no maintenance. Installation is designed to be easy; simply mount the nesting perch to a tree or building by putting two screws through the pre-drilled holes in the back panel. Each Wakefield Bird House is constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the species, placement, and maintenance of the birdhouse.

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