Kentucky style, slot entrance bluebird house is designed to thwart
sparrows. According to research at the University of
Kentucky, bluebirds prefer a slot entrance to the standard circular hole --
sparrows prefer the opposite. In addition, sparrows don't like a shallow box and
bluebirds don't seem to mind. This box is only 5" deep but if sparrows still
continue to be a problem, a wooden insert is included to reduce the depth even
more. Sparrows rarely use the 3-1/2" depth, but bluebirds will still occupy
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.
(10"h x 6"w x 8-1/2"d)