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No-Perch Bluebird House

Sharing Meadows NO-PERCH bluebird house is made of pine or another “white” wood.
Mount houses about five feet above the ground and 300 feet apart (bluebirds are territorial). Houses should be ready by late March, and should be checked every seven to ten days from late March to mid August.

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Sharing Meadows NO-PERCH bluebird house is made of pine or another “white” wood. Bluebird habitat consists of open areas with sparse trees, such as fields, prairies, meadows, cemeteries, roadsides, pastures, and golf courses. Mount houses about five feet above the ground and 300 feet apart (bluebirds are territorial). A bluebird trail consists of five or more houses along a road or fence line. Houses should be ready by late March, and should be checked every seven to ten days from late March to mid August. A nest should be removed as soon as a brood leaves the nest box – this allows a second brood to be raised. It is extremely important that you keep house sparrows and starlings away from your bluebird house(s). They are extremely aggressive nesters, often killing other birds in order to occupy a house or nest. Bluebirds generally respond positively to helping human hands.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 60 × 80 in

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