Nuthatches that Nest in Birdhouses

and two Titmice

See geographic ranges, habitats and nesting habits for four nuthatches and two titmice. Print or just view birdhouse plans on a mobile device in your work space.

Select to view the white-breasted nuthatch webpage
White-breasted Nuthatch
In winter they are often seen foraging together and at seed and suet feeders. Build nests of leaves, feathers, hair and bark in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities or birdhouses.
See species information for Red-breasted Nuthatches
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Builds grass nests in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities and birdhouses from a few feet to well out of reach. Eats insects, spiders and pine seeds and is attracted to suet feeders.
Read about brown-headed nuthatches
Brown-headed Nuthatch
They build nests of grass, feathers, pine seed "wings" and other soft foliage, usually in pine trees from a hole in a stump to extreme heights, in natural or abandoned cavities, or in cavities they excavate themselves.
Select to view the pygmy nuthatch webpage.
Pygmy Nuthatch
They build nests of feathers, leaves and other foliage in natural or abandoned cavities or they excavate cavities themselves. Sometimes they nest in the right habitats.
See species information for tufted titmouse
Tufted Titmouse
Builds nests of leaves, moss, feathers, fibrous bark strips and cattle hair usually in natural or abandoned cavities in stumps or trees and correctly sized and mounted bird houses in their common habitats.
Select to view the oak titmouse webpage.
Oak Titmouse
Oak titmice build nests of fine grasses, feathers, hair, fur and moss in natural or abandoned cavities. They usually nest in oak trees, also in out-building nooks and crannies and in bird houses.
See this nest box page, instructions and building plans
Nest box for Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice & Downies
Make this nest box for white-breasted and red-breasted nuthatches, black-capped, Carolina, mountain and boreal chickadees, tufted and oak titmice, and downy woodpeckers.
See the chickadee-nuthatch nest box page, instructions and building plans
Chickadee Nuthatch Nest Box
A similar nest box with a slightly smaller entrance hole for chestnut-backed & Siberian chickadees and brown-headed & pygmy nuthatches.
See the Side-Mounted Birdhouse for Chickadees, Wrens, Nuthatches and Titmice
Side-Mounted Nest Box
The volume and 1 3/8" side entrance hole in this nest box accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers, yet is normally too small for English Sparrows.

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Nuthatches that Nest in Birdhouses

and Two Titmice

Print birdhouse plans for four nuthatches and two titmice. See their geographic ranges, habitats, nesting habits, how to build birdhouses and where to install them.

Select to view the white-breasted nuthatch webpage
White-breasted Nuthatch
In winter they are often seen foraging together and at seed and suet feeders. Build nests of leaves, feathers, hair and bark in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities or birdhouses. See the white-breasted nuthatch birdhouse page and view or print birdhouse plans.
See species information for Red-breasted Nuthatches
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Builds grass nests in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities and birdhouses from a few feet to well out of reach. Eats insects, spiders and pine seeds and is attracted to suet feeders. Visit the red-breasted nuthatch nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
Read about brown-headed nuthatches
Brown-headed Nuthatch
They build nests of grass, feathers, pine seed "wings" and other soft foliage, usually in pine trees from a hole in a stump to extreme heights, in natural or abandoned cavities, or in cavities they excavate themselves. See the brown-headed nuthatch birdhouse page and view or print nest box plans.
Select to view the pygmy nuthatch webpage.
Pygmy Nuthatch
They build nests of feathers, leaves and other foliage in natural or abandoned cavities or they excavate cavities themselves. Sometimes they nest in the right habitats. Visit the pygmy nuthatch nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See species information for tufted titmouse
Tufted Titmouse
Builds nests of leaves, moss, feathers, fibrous bark strips and cattle hair usually in natural or abandoned cavities in stumps or trees and correctly sized and mounted bird houses in their common habitats. Visit the tufted titmouse birdhouse page and view or print nest box plans.
Select to view the oak titmouse webpage.
Oak Titmouse
Oak titmice build nests of fine grasses, feathers, hair, fur and moss in natural or abandoned cavities. They usually nest in oak trees and also in out-building nooks and crannies and in bird houses. Visit the oak titmouse nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See this nest box page, instructions and building plans
Nest box for Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice & Downies
Make this nest box for white-breasted and red-breasted nuthatches, black-capped, Carolina, mountain and boreal chickadees, tufted and oak titmice, and downy woodpeckers. See the nest box nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See the chickadee-nuthatch nest box page, instructions and building plans
Chickadee Nuthatch Nest Box
A similar nest box with a slightly smaller entrance hole for chestnut-backed & Siberian chickadees and brown-headed & pygmy nuthatches. See the Chickadee Nuthatch Nest Box with building, mounting and maintenance instructions and view or print nest box plans.
See the Side-Mounted Birdhouse for Chickadees, Wrens, Nuthatches and Titmice
Side-Mounted Nest Box
The volume and 1 3/8" side entrance hole in this nest box accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers, yet is normally too small for English Sparrows. Visit this nest box page and view or print nest box plans.

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Nuthatches that Nest in Birdhouses

and Two Titmice

Print birdhouse plans for four nuthatches and two titmice. See their geographic ranges, habitats, nesting habits, how to build birdhouses and where to install them.

Select to view the white-breasted nuthatch webpage
White-breasted Nuthatch
In winter they are often seen foraging together and at seed and suet feeders. Build nests of leaves, feathers, hair and bark in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities or birdhouses. See the white-breasted nuthatch birdhouse page and view or print birdhouse plans.
See species information for Red-breasted Nuthatches
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Builds grass nests in natural or abandon woodpecker cavities and birdhouses from a few feet to well out of reach. Eats insects, spiders and pine seeds and is attracted to suet feeders. Visit the red-breasted nuthatch nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
Read about brown-headed nuthatches
Brown-headed Nuthatch
They build nests of grass, feathers, pine seed "wings" and other soft foliage, usually in pine trees from a hole in a stump to extreme heights, in natural or abandoned cavities, or in cavities they excavate themselves. See the brown-headed nuthatch birdhouse page and view or print nest box plans.
Select to view the pygmy nuthatch webpage.
Pygmy Nuthatch
They build nests of feathers, leaves and other foliage in natural or abandoned cavities or they excavate cavities themselves. Sometimes they nest in the right habitats. Visit the pygmy nuthatch nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See species information for tufted titmouse
Tufted Titmouse
Builds nests of leaves, moss, feathers, fibrous bark strips and cattle hair usually in natural or abandoned cavities in stumps or trees and correctly sized and mounted bird houses in their common habitats. Visit the tufted titmouse birdhouse page and view or print nest box plans.
Select to view the oak titmouse webpage.
Oak Titmouse
Oak titmice build nests of fine grasses, feathers, hair, fur and moss in natural or abandoned cavities. They usually nest in oak trees and also in out-building nooks and crannies and in bird houses. Visit the oak titmouse nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See this nest box page, instructions and building plans
Nest box for Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice & Downies
Make this nest box for white-breasted and red-breasted nuthatches, black-capped, Carolina, mountain and boreal chickadees, tufted and oak titmice, and downy woodpeckers. See the nest box nest box page and view or print nest box plans.
See the chickadee-nuthatch nest box page, instructions and building plans
Chickadee Nuthatch Nest Box
A similar nest box with a slightly smaller entrance hole for chestnut-backed & Siberian chickadees and brown-headed & pygmy nuthatches. See the Chickadee Nuthatch Nest Box with building, mounting and maintenance instructions and view or print nest box plans.
See the Side-Mounted Birdhouse for Chickadees, Wrens, Nuthatches and Titmice
Side-Mounted Nest Box
The volume and 1 3/8" side entrance hole in this nest box accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers, yet is normally too small for English Sparrows. Visit this nest box page and view or print nest box plans.

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