sparrow-resistant house, similar to our standard bluebird house, has a circular
opening in the roof. Naturally, bluebirds will nest in
rotten fence posts and stumps, so sun and rain do not deter them. On the other
hand, sparrows are not as tolerant. A durable, coated wire barrier prevents
predators from entering through the top. In addition, a plastic cap is included
to provide shelter after the bluebirds have started nesting and/or can be used
to feed mealworms to hungry chicks.
RANGE: Breeds east of the Rockies from southeastern Canada to Gulf of Mexico. Winters in southern part of breeding range and Mexico.
HABITAT: Enjoys open woodlands, fields and farmlands with scattered trees.
(12-1/2"h x 6"w x 8-1/2"d)