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Ceramic Teapot Bird House

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  • Designed for robins because they like open-fronted nesting sites and often make use of man-made items
  • Drainage holes in base help keep moisture out
  • Easy to hang by using garden wire through the mounting hole and handle. May also use a screw and included rubber washer to achieve fixing
  • Made in China
9.64" x 7.48" x 6.3"
2.24 lbs


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Ceramic Teapot Bird House

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Teapot-style, open-front nester · Draws in robins and other birds
The ceramic teapot nester is the perfect roosting spot for robins and other birds. The open-fronted habitat welcomes birds to create their own home inside the cozy habitat. It’s made from high-fired, frost-resistant ceramic that can live outdoors and welcome a new feathered friend in each spring.
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Wildlife World

Wildlife World is all about making nature feel as comfortable as possible. Their cozy habits and feeders for insects, birds, and bats are made to attract these beneficial creatures to your outdoor space.

The team puts a lot of thought and care into their designs, and tests it all out on a 35-acre farm in the United Kingdom. Each lodge, box, hive, hotel and more is made with timber that’s FSC-certified and sourced from well-managed forests along with other sustainably-minded elements like ceramic. These abodes do more than add a bit of whimsy to a garden. They are created to suit the needs of its guests (with features like nesting cones and perfectly-sized perches) while helping out your surroundings. Attracting bees and butterflies can help pollinate flower and veggie gardens, and creatures like bats and frogs can ward off pests.