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Beautifully crafted bird feeders and birdhouses with camera invite you to watch wildlife from your window. Get a closer view with in window bird feeders. Also available are barn owl and bat housesAttract nature into your backyard.

Panoramic In Window Bird Feeder

Backyard Birdhouse with Outdoor Spy Camera

Bread Box In-Window Bird Feeder

Panoramic In Window Bird Feeder
Watch birds from inside your home as they come to you for close up viewing of them eating and playing. The clear viewing pane lets you observe birds closer than ever.
Backyard Birdhouse with Outdoor Spy Camera
The easy to set up Backyard Birdhouse with Outdoor Spy Camera attracts many of the common backyard birds which includes bluebirds, chickadees, titmice, wrens and swallows. Includes Hawk Eye Night Vision Camera.
Bread Box In-Window Bird Feeder
Our easy to install in-window bread box bird feeder will delight you, your children or pets for hours. Attract birds to your window and watch the show.

Mirrored Windowsill Bird Feeder

Ranch Style Chicken Coop

Barn Owl House

Mirrored Windowsill Bird Feeder
mirrored windowsill bird feeder mounts just outside your window for ease of viewing the birds through the clear acrylic top. With the mirrored acrylic panels, the birds see their reflection and not yours
Ranch Style Chicken Coop
Combining the chicken run with the chicken house above makes efficient use of space so this coop fits into even the smallest of yards.
Barn Owl House
Our Barn Owl House is used by the common barn owl whose wings can span up to 44 inches. Barn Owls are choice rodent eaters and will enjoy this spacious home which comes with wood chips.

Habitat Chicken Coops

Bat House Kit

Bat House Ready Made

Habitat Chicken Coops
This Habitat Chicken Coop offers a practical design to protect your garden chickens from area predators and bad weather. This chicken coop holds up to 4 hens and contains a nesting box for the chickens to lay their eggs. Chicken coops for sale.
Bat House Kit
BAT HOUSE KIT. These bat habitat kits are made with rough-sawn Maine White Pine. The rough surface gives the bats something to hang onto. Assembly required. Keep a couple on hand for a fun rainy day project with the kids.
Bat House Ready Made
New ready-made Bat House will house up to 30 bats in its single chamber. It contains a screened landing pad, roughened interior surfaces and echolocation slot. This bat house is designed for cooler locations which are preferred by solitary males...

Bat House Ready Made

Bat House Ready Made
New ready-made Bat House will house up to 30 bats in its single chamber. It contains a screened landing pad, roughened interior surfaces and echolocation slot. This bat house is designed for cooler locations which are preferred by solitary males...

Bat housesbird houses and butterfly houses are great additions to your backyard.

The in-window bird feeders are amazing ways to observe birds in their element without being frightened away. Select the 2 way mirror bird feeders and you can watch birds without concern that they will know you're there. 

More about bats: Bats eat a large number of flying insect and are the main nighttime predator of mosquitoes. A single brown bat can eat between 600 and 1,200 mosquitoes an hour and a typical colony of big brown bats can protect local farmers from the costly attacks of 18 million root-worms each summer. Placing a bat house in your landscape or garden can help reduce your pesky insect population. Bats are an extremely important part of our environment, yet are in serious decline because of a fungus. However, bats are one of humanity's most valuable allies in the fight against yard and garden pests and also in slowing the spread of insect-borne diseases.

Bats are not blind and are clean animals. They do not interfere with feeding backyard birds and will not be disrupted by pets or children. Many people have serious misconceptions about bats. Myths that they are vicious carriers of rabies and pests are abundant. Bats are actually quite harmless and are important indicators of a healthy environment. Because bats are sensitive to pollution and pesticide levels, they are useful as a warning sign to potential environmental problems.

Bats can be important in combating insects that are actually dangerous to humans. With the increased media coverage of the deaths caused by the West Nile Virus, many people are looking for effective ways to prevent the spread of the disease. The West Nile Virus is primarily spread through mosquitoes and mosquitoes are a significant portion of a bat's diet. As previously stated, a small bat can capture more than 1,200 mosquitoes in a single hour! Bats cannot contract the West Nile Virus by eating infected mosquitoes. In addition to mosquitoes, bats can help control the populations of beetles, moths and leafhoppers. Even the very presence of bats in an area can reduce insect populations as many insects can hear bats up to 100 feet away and will keep their distance from areas occupied by bats.

The effectiveness of bats in some areas diminishes the need for pesticides, which will harm both the pests and their natural predators. Installing a bat house then is one of the most effective and environmentally friendly ways to reduce the mosquito population near your home. A bat house may be mounted on a tree, a pole without nearby obstructions, or a building. However, bat houses mounted on poles or buildings tend to have a slightly higher occupancy faster than those mounted on trees. For mounting on buildings, wood, stone or brick buildings are best; and your bat house should be mounted under the eaves with some sun exposure to protect it from rain while still allowing it to be heated by the sun. You should mount your house 15-20 feet above the ground where it will not be exposed to bright lights, the higher the house the greater the chance of attracting bats.


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