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Coveside Conservation Products


Manufacturer of Wooden Birdhouses, Bird Feeders, Bat Houses and Other Wildlife Products since 1990

Birdhouse Display Package
ABOUT SPECIFIC SPECIES
bats
bluebirds
chickadees
ducks
flycatchers
kestrels
nuthatches
owls
purple martins
swallows
titmice
warblers
woodpeckers
wrens

BIRDHOUSE FEATURES

  • Designed for the Species
  • Protection from Elements
  • Ventilation, Drainage & Insulation
  • Rough Interior
  • No Perch
  • Easy to Clean
  • Durability

Bluebird House


WHY COVESIDE?

Wook Ducks love Coveside Nest Box - Dr Gerald Barrack, Allendale, NJ

Coveside manufactures a nest box for every species of cavity-nesting bird in North America. Designed for each species by experts, our products provide the correct dimensions, materials, ventilation and drainage. For instance, Sunshine's Bat House was developed by Amanda Lollar, an internationally recognized authority on bat behavior and director of Bat World, a sanctuary in Mineral Wells, Texas.

Coveside's products are handcrafted in Maine from eastern white pine. Each item is constructed to last and includes a brochure that describes the species, and the placement and maintenance of the product.

   
Coveside Squirrel House
While squirrels are considered pests at the bird feeding station by some, others welcome them and provide them with special habitat of their own. Placed high in a tree, squirrels will use the house for nesting, as well as, protection from the winter elements.
(17-3/4"h x 9-1/4"w x 11"d)

   
Coveside Three Woodpecker House
Only a few varieties of woodpeckers will live in a man-made box, but the Hairy, Red-headed and Red-bellied Woodpeckers regularly do so. This house comes with wood chips and a slate predator guard to keep squirrels from enlarging the entrance hole.
RANGE: Resides throughout the U.S. and Canada, and north to Alaska. Some northern birds move south for the winter.
HABITAT: Lives in or at the edge of open woods, prefering deciduous forests.

(17-1/2"h x 7-1/2"w x 9-3/4"d)

   
Coveside Titmouse/Warbler/Swallow Bird House
Titmice are generally comfortable around people. Prefer a natural habitat in areas with tall vegetation and a forest with a dense canopy of trees. House also suitable for Prothonotary Warblers, Tree Swallows, House Finches, Violet-green Swallows & Carolina Wrens.
RANGE: Resides in southern Wisconsin, southern Michigan, central New York, southern New England south to Gulf of Mexico and central Florida.
HABITAT: Thrives in deciduous, coniferous forests; swamps, orchards, suburban shade trees. 
(12-1/2"h x 6"w x 8-1/2"d)


   
Coveside Western Bluebird House
Needing a slightly larger chamber and entrance hole than their eastern counterpart, this house is ideal for the vivid Western Bluebird.
RANGE:
Breeds in throughout the West, north from western Alberta and southern British Columbia, south down the West Coast to Baja and east to eastern New Mexico and western Texas. Winters within most of the breeding range.
HABITAT: Loves open woodlands and pastures.

(12-1/2"h x 6-3/4"w x 9"d)

   
Coveside Wildlife Feeder
This feeder is for all the varied wildlife that may inhabit your backyard including ducks, raccoons, squirrels, goats, whatever! Wood hopper holds 5 quarts of feed, which dispenses food to trays on both sides to feed creatures for days.
(18"h x 15"w x 15"d)

   
Coveside Wood Hooded Merganser Duck House
Coveside's Wood Duck House opens two ways for observation and cleaning, and has an internal ladder for the duckings to climb out. Mother calls ducklings to the protection of the open water at age one day.
RANGE: Breeds from British Columbia south to California, and from Montana east to Nova Scotia, and south to Texas and Florida; absent from Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. Winters near Pacific Coast north to Washington, and to New Jersey in East, rarely further north.
HABITAT: Nests beside wooded rivers and ponds. Visits freshwater marshes in late summer and fall.

(24-1/4"h x 11"w x 15"d)


   
Coveside Wood Predator Guard
Used to protect baby birds form predators reaching in and grabbing them.

   
Coveside Woodpecker Suet Feeder
This feeder is designed to appeal to woodpeckers and flickers that are particularly attracted to suet in winter. The "paddle" below the suet cage provides a support for these birds to balance with their tails. Also loved by chickadees and nuthatches.  (12"h x 8"w x 4"d)

   
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