Open-top Bluebird House
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 meal worms 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.
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