The American Kestrel cannot excavate its own cavity and depends on finding the larger nest holes of woodpeckers for a nesting place. Since these are in short supply, the kestrel population is often dependent upon nesting boxes. The house should be placed in an open area, such as in a meadow or along a highway.
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Another factor to consider when selecting your ideal bird house is the type of bird house you would like. There are hanging bird houses available to use with a hook or on a tree; window bird houses, for placing on your window; and free standing bird houses for mounting on a stand, a tree or to your fence.
|Type of Bird House||Mounted|
Though the main purpose of a bird house is to provide an enjoyable place for your local birds, the design of the bird house is your chance to select what is most aesthetically pleasing to you. There are decorative options with more elaborate details and themes, or simple bird houses if you prefer a more basic design.
|Bird House Design||Simple|
When shopping for a bird house, it is first important to consider the type of wildlife you are looking to attract. We have the largest selection of bird houses, including blue bird houses, purple martin houses, and chickadee houses. Be sure to look through our Bird Houses Buyer’s Guide located at the top of the page for more information on selecting the right Bird House for you.
This field allows you to narrow down your bird house selection by your preference in style, such as Church, Cottage, or Victorian styles.
|Bird House Styles||Nest|
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