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Cedar Bluebird House

$35.00



  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • 1/4″ Plexiglass roof
  • Hole diameter: 1-1/2″
  • 3/4” ventilation holes
  • Exterior screws throughout
  • Underside of roof sealed
  • Inner roof adds level of insulation
  • Extended roof provides protection from predators
  • Easy access to monitor or clean out
  • Mounting instructions included

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Cedar Wren House

$30.00



  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • Hole diameter: 1-1/4″
  • 1/4″ Plexiglass roof
  • Exterior screws throughout
  • 3/4” ventilation holes
  • Underside of roof sealed
  • Extended roof provides protection from predators
  • Easy access to monitor or clean out
  • Mounting instructions included

Mounting Your Nestbox

Cedar Peterson Bluebird House

$45.00



  • Built to Peterson specifications
  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • Exterior screws throughout
  • 3/4″ ventilation holes
  • Underside of roof sealed
  • Easy access to monitor or clean out
  • Extended roof provides protection from predators
  • Mount on post or pole (4-6 ft)
  • Mounting instructions included

Mounting Your Nestbox

The Peterson box features a large steep roof to provide protection from the summer sun and to make predation by raccoons and cats more difficult. The sloping front reduces the probability of rain entering the box opening.

While most bluebird boxes have a 1 1/2″ circular opening, the Peterson box features an oval entrance. Proponents of the Peterson box feel that this hole shape allows the adults to feed the young – and remove the fecal sacs from the box front without having to completely enter the box. Peterson boxes are easy to monitor, check for blowfly infestation, and clean through the downward swinging door.

This style of box has a long life span due to their rugged construction. Both bluebirds and tree swallows very readily accept the Peterson box. Bluebird use of Peterson boxes has consistently been far higher than in standard style nestboxes.

Cedar Bat House

$60.00



Natural Mosquito Control

A single bat can eat up to 1,200 mosquito-sized insects every hour, and up to 6,000 to 8,000 insects each night.

Unlike mass-produced products that consist of cheap plywood and brads, our bat houses are handcrafted using 3/4” cedar boards and exterior screws to guarantee solid, durable construction, built to last. Rather than using mesh, which can loosen and entangle the bats, we provide interior saw cut grooves at 1/2” intervals for bats to cling to.

  • Built to Batcon.org specifications
  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • Tongue and groove construction
  • Saw cut grooves at 1/2” intervals (no mesh)
  • Exterior screws throughout
  • Exterior dimensions: 17″ x 24″
  • Chamber dimensions: 15-1/2″ x 20″
  • Chamber opening: 3/4”
  • 3/8″ ventilation slot
  • Sealed throughout
  • Mounting screws included
  • Holds up to 50 bats

Mounting Your Bat House

Cedar Bird Feeder

$75.00



  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • MDO exterior grade roof
  • (4) Wraparound seed beds
  • Holds 10 pounds of seed mix
  • Fill less frequently
  • Easy to fill & clean out
  • Mount on a pole or post

Mounting Your Bird Feeder

Cedar Woodpecker House

$50.00



  • Made with Western Red Cedar
  • Hole diameter: 1-1/2″
  • Exterior screws throughout
  • 3/4” ventilation holes
  • Underside of roof sealed
  • Extended roof provides protection from predators
  • Easy access to monitor or clean out
  • Mounting instructions included

Mounting Your Nestbox