Kettle Moraine Window Mount Bird House
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- Solid Cedar and Stainless Steel Screw Construction
- Mounts to Window with 3 Large Suction Cups
- Up Close Viewing
- Designed for Wrens and Chickadees 1 1/8" opening
- Made in the USA
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 9 x 9 in||6.25 x 4.25 x 7.75 in||9.84 x 5.12 x 6.69 in||4 x 12 x 5 in||6.5 x 5,050 x 8 in||7.12 x 6.25 x 11.75 in|
Superior craftsmanship using long lasting Cedar (not pine) and Stainless Steel Screw (not nails). Will last much longer than the others on the market. How it works: The nest box is ready to mount straight from the box. It is designed for wrens and chickadees. 3 Large suctions provide a strong suction to your window. Plexiglass viewing window easily removes for cleaning. This is a very well made item that will last for many years. Very fun for kids.
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BUT...I waited for a warmer day, re-cleaned the window, and this time used just a bit of oil (vegetable) on the suction cups before I hung the house. I dabbed a touch of oil on the suction cups, wiped off the excess, and then hung the house. It's been a couple weeks, with many very cold nights, and it's still fine.
Not wanting to chance it falling mid-summer if I'm fortunate enough to have birds use it, I just added a Command hook above the house, and put two small screw eyes in the top back of the house. I wired the screw eyes to the Command hook, so now I have a safety catch. Even though the house only weighs a couple pounds, I bought the five pound hook in case a squirrel decide to leap onto the house.
To make the house seem more closed-in for the birds, I cut a piece of brown paper bag slightly bigger than the house and taped that behind the house on the window. I made vertical slits about 2/3 of the way up the back of the paper so it's easy to pull a small section aside and look in the house.
Now all I need is birds...and that will be the hard part.
**Update June 2014: I have a wren nest in the house! This year I relocated it to a window that's "protected" by a tree. Used a Command hook again. I also cut a piece of cardboard the same width as the plexiglass but several inches longer. I folded the extra few inches up (to create a bit of a wedge) then slid the cardboard between the plexiglass and the window. I felt like this made the house a little more closed in and inviting to the birds, especially once the suction cups came loose, which they did.
I'll slide the cardboard out permanently once the eggs have hatched. (I've slid it out a few times to check on the progress.) It's awesome to be able to see inside the nesting box, and fun to have the wrens spend so much time right outside the window. Definitely glad I bought this!