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  • UPC: 085199086004
  • SKU: 40027656
  • Model Number: B-4

This Heath Mfg® Bluebird house features a side tilt opening for inspection and cleaning purposes. It has a 1 ½” enterance hole. 

Simply mount the house 5-6 feet above the ground on a pole, and ensure that the enterance does not face the direction of winds or storms. Spacing the houses 200 feet apart will help prevent any territorial conflict between birds. Made in the USA by Amish Craftsman. 

  • UPC: 808412499494
  • Manufacturer: Evergreen Enterprises
  • SKU: 87449949
  • Model Number: 5BH035

This mixed habitat offers a variety of shelter choices for different beneficial insects. Butterflys like a safe place to hibernate and seek protection from the elements. Ladybugs like the areas with leaves and sticks to climb on during winter months. Bees are preferred for their invaluable service as pollinators. They prefer the tubes and cavaties. 

Simply place this hibernation habitat in or near your garden among plants to create a safe, sheltered enviroment for these beneficial insects. 

  • Manufacturer: Evergreen Enterprises
  • Model Number: 5BH013

Welcome the Bees to your garden with these cozy little bee homes! This model is a mix between two bee style homes: a bundle of sticks, and a wood block model. Bees are the BEST pollinators and their hard work is sure to improve your plant’s health and make them more bountiful and beautiful. 

  • UPC: 085199037006
  • Manufacturer: Heath Outdoor Products
  • SKU: 40297550
  • Model Number: B-2-2

This Heath Mfg® Bluebird House is their most popular model! It is constructed of Heavy-Duty Cedar for Superior Weather Resistance and now has an easy front opening to make cleaning much easier. It has a 1 ½” opening for birds to enter.

Simply mount the house 5-6 feet above the ground on a pole, and ensure that the enterance hole does not face the direction of winds or storms. Also, spacing houses 200 feet apart will help prevent territorial conflict between birds. 

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