Fill your garden with the sound of birds and some charm from the past, with this Queen Anne Birdhouse. Rather than fading into distant memory, the old red barn is repurposed and brought back to life!
Handcrafted from century old barn timbers, the Queen Anne Birdhouse by Griffith Creek breathes new life into a piece of American history. This unique bird house, transformed by John Guertin, can be found in nature preserves and public gardens across the country. The wooden bird house attracts wrens, chickadees, nuthatches, titmouses, woodpeckers, and prothonotary warblers. You'll be hard pressed to match the quality of craftsmanship and design found in these bird feeders and houses. No two of these original creations is exactly alike, giving you a truly unique garden accent! Copper fittings guard against squirrels/sparrows. The roof easily removes for cleaning and includes drainage and ventilation holes. Sealed in bird-safe marine varnish. Antique laundry pin perch placed low on the bird box to discourage predators. 1.25" Entryway. Made in the USA!