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Get out your binoculars and guide book and get ready to identify the many birds your bird houses and bird feeders will attract to your yard and garden. It's hard to say who benefits more from a backyard bird feeder - the birds or the people who feed them. Some of life's more enjoyable moments include the songs and antics at the bird feeders and birdhouses outside your windows. Let a part of your garden grow wild and scatter wild flower seeds throughout the area to provide a natural environment for your bird friends. Hang bird feeders from trees or posts in this area. This will enhance the sense of security for your favorite winged friends in the area of their birdhouses. You wouldn't try to entice just one bird or bird family, so put up more than one birdhouse. Several bird houses with different size holes can hang from a single tree. You will be amazed at the number of birds that will inhabit your bird houses! And don't forget to add bird feeders with our special bird feed. Our bird houses invite birds to your backyard, garden, patio, or farm wherever you want birds for insect control, living scenery, or just plain enjoyment!

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"Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?" Matthew 6:26
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    Put out a warm welcome to your feathered friends and backyard song birds! Imagine yourself sitting on your patio or in your back yard or garden surrounded by cardinals, blue birds, orioles, robbins and other colorful song birds. Decorative birdhouses and bird feeders add natural appeal and rustic charm to your outdoor living space. Invite song birds to your backyard, garden, patio, or farm wherever you want insect control, living scenery, or just plain enjoyment!
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    Let a part of your garden grow wild and scatter wild flower seeds throughout the area to provide a natural environment for your feathered friends. Hang bird feeders, from trees or posts in this area. This will enhance the sense of security for your favorite winged friends. When you buy a decorative birdhouse from Birdhouse Specials.com it will be a safe place for birds to nest and bring up their young. Here are some tips for making your decorative bird house safe from squirrels. The nesting birds do not need perches on their houses as they only provide a means for predators to gain entrance. A bird house mounted on a pole can have baffles fitted to prevent predators from climbing the pole and gaining entrance to the bird house. A metal baffle is preferable as it cannot be chewed. A blue bird house mounted on a tree can also have baffles attached to the tree trunk. Use a bird house with a small entrance hole such as those sold here that is just large enough for the species you wish to attract.
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