Songbird Essentials Hanging Birdhouse Roosting Pocket. Reed Grass and Cedar Roof. Winter Bird Refuge
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I'd like to address some of the other reviews for the benefit of future prospective purchasers as I don't think it fair that this product got such low reviews for the reasons that were sited.
1. Yes, it is small. The dimensions are listed as 7"x7"x7". They are not kidding. The roosting pocket is shown with a black capped chickadee (someone help me out if you can tell if it is a Carolina chickadee instead) which is a tiny little bird possibly about 2.5" without counting its tail. They prefer a very small hole to keep out bigger birds and a very tight space to nest in.
2. I believe that the purchaser that took the picture with the giant hole most definitely got a defective one and I hope they got that resolved—a valid complaint.
3. I am disturbed by the purchasers that left a bad review because they did not get residents, especially if the pocket was purchased after breeding season... hmmmm. Also there are a ton of factors that would effect the residency of a bird home: Where was it hung? Did you put wood chips in it to attract chickadees? Are you putting black oiled sunflower seeds in your feeder? Did you research and buy the right product for your intent?
Sorry, I love Amazon, and it always bothers me when products are unjustly criticized.
The birds were interested at first, but seem to have lost interest as the material continues to come apart. Picture attached isn’t the best, but does provide a sense of the problem.