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Bird House

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Blue birds are fascinating animals, and they’re a joy to have around. They helpfully eat bugs and insects, keeping the population of insects down to manageable levels wherever they live. Blue birds tend to live in a large, grassy areas, but they nest in tree cavities, either naturally made or those left behind by woodpeckers. In areas where nesting cavities aren’t readily available, blue birds will happily take advantage of man-made nests.

Blue bird houses are a great way to attract blue birds to your garden, so they can protect the plants and flowers from the devastating effects of an insect invasion. Blue bird houses should be built to certain specs. First, a blue bird house should not be plastic, glass, or any other smooth material. A blue bird could get stuck in its blue bird house if the walls are smooth because the bird will have nothing to hold on to. Blue bird houses also do not require perches, because blue birds naturally seek out cavities.

Blue bird houses should also be certain dimensions. The floor should be five inches by five inches, and the box height should be between eight inches and a foot. The entrance hole should be approximately a half-foot above the floor. The blue bird house should be placed far away from human habitation, and it should face open lands. The blue bird house shouldn’t be placed more than a foot above the ground.

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