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Great picture of an amazing birdhouse!! Thanks Warbler (Dave)! I think Pkin's right. It could use a touch of colour here and there.
What a pretty bird house .... they should at least paint the roof a different color...
Creative birdhouse, Dave. I like the photo, with the evergreens in the background.
Pretty fancy digs for a flock of sparrows!
That is not a house? It's more like a castle , they all can lice on a different floor just like royalty
Its alot of pieces alright, Floyd, Thanks
LauraJane - What you need is a dental mirror, or a narrow piece of and old broken mirror -- and a flashlight. That should help you to see inside.
It wouldn't surprise me Richard. But its not in my neighborhood.Exactly, Suzy, use a place and hit the skyway. Fly by night.There ya go Lj!! How about one of those little round ones on a handle that dentists or car fixers use. Exactly, Sandy; exactly. Thanks
The builder must have a lot of small pieces to use for this project. Thanks for sharing Dave.
I can't open the house to put a mirror up, fodus. But thank you for the idea!
laurajane, get a mirror...
They are just fly by night tenants.
Could this be section 8 housing Dave?
It looked homemade so someone had fun, Tex. Thanks for the comment.King bird and servants, Jackman-good to see you.
who lives there? king bird?
I just feed them (and don't accept food stamps), they can find their own living quarters! Nice digs for the fowl, Warbman!
Thanks Ami.I'm lucky there, Laura, I've only seen two house sparrows at my house in 10 years. Lots of other species of sparrows but they don't bother-just pass through.Thanks again Suellen.Must be government assistance, Richard. :-)
Upscale residence for Sparrows Warbler.
What a sweet little birdhouse.
Ha ha...I have sparrows in my bird houses, too. I wish I could see inside and see the eggs and/or babies!
Ha ha ha!!!