Why would I want to purchase a bird house?
Habitat loss has driven some species away from former nesting areas but the right house can bring birds back home. A bird house mimics a tree cavity. Bluebirds, wrens, titmice, nuthatches, woodpeckers, tree swallows and other house-hunting species will occupy nest boxes as long as they have the right location and dimensions.
You will increase the diversity of bird species attracted to your yard and they will consume thousands insects. Then once nesting has begun, the number of insects required to sustain a healthy brood of babies is multiplied by seven. That’s several thousands of bugs a day for just one family.
By putting up a bird house you help improve the natural habitat. You can help bird species by creating a healthy ecosystems, restoring areas where damage has been done, and reconnecting fragmented habitat to restore natural pathways.
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