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Birdhouses The first rule of buying birdhouses is, don’t buy ones with perches: Predators use them to get closer to their prey.
His sister, Jeannie Gerdy, gave Lily a wooden birdhouse.
Smith Brothers Inc. of Medina donated special cedar mulch for the gardens and Prince of Peace Lutheran Church donated a birdhouse.
While some are fairly plain weather-proof boxes, many are works of art in all shapes and sizes including libraries that look like little school buses, barns, snails, cathedrals, open books, ferries, birdhouses and castles.
Weidner concentrates mostly on small projects, from birdhouses to bookcases.
One sports a gambrel roof, another a saltbox shape, a third the shape of a whimsical birdhouse.
I had been given a small birdhouse as a Christmas gift.
A garden gate in the back opens onto a pathway that passes beneath an arbor where homeowner Sharon Orr has hung several birdhouses.
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First Known Use of birdhouse
BIRDHOUSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birdhouse for English Language Learners
: a small covered box that is made as a place for wild birds to live
BIRDHOUSE Defined for Kids
Definition of birdhouse for Students
: an artificial nesting place (as a wooden box) for birds
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