70birds

Birdhouse Plans Index

70birds

Birdhouse Plans Index

70birds

Birdhouse Plans Index

Bluebird Birdhouses

Two birdhouses for Eastern Bluebirds, one birdhouse for Western and Mountain Bluebirds and one birdhouse for Violet-green and Tree Swallows that are good neighbors with Bluebirds and even provide protection.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
The eastern bluebird nest box has a 4″ by 4″ floor, a 9″ floor to ceiling height, and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 7″ above the floor (to top of hole).
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Birdhouse
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse
This nest box for both western and mountain bluebirds has a 5″ by 5″ floor, a 12″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 9/16″ diameter entrance hole located 10″ above the floor.
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Eastern Bluebirds & Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers
This yellow-bellied sapsucker house is also suitable for eastern bluebirds. See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds. The tree and violet green swallow birdhouse has a 5″ by 5″ floor, an 8″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 6″ above the floor.

Bluebird Birdhouses

Two birdhouses for Eastern Bluebirds, one birdhouse for Western and Mountain Bluebirds and one birdhouse for Violet-green and Tree Swallows that are good neighbors with Bluebirds and even provide protection.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
The eastern bluebird nest box has a 4″ by 4″ floor, a 9″ floor to ceiling height, and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 7″ above the floor (to top of hole).
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Birdhouse
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse
This nest box for both western and mountain bluebirds has a 5″ by 5″ floor, a 12″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 9/16″ diameter entrance hole located 10″ above the floor.
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Eastern Bluebirds & Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers
This yellow-bellied sapsucker house is also suitable for eastern bluebirds. See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds. The tree and violet green swallow birdhouse has a 5″ by 5″ floor, an 8″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 6″ above the floor.

Bluebird Birdhouses

Two birdhouses for Eastern Bluebirds, one birdhouse for Western and Mountain Bluebirds and one birdhouse for Violet-green and Tree Swallows that are good neighbors with Bluebirds and even provide protection.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
The eastern bluebird nest box has a 4″ by 4″ floor, a 9″ floor to ceiling height, and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 7″ above the floor (to top of hole).
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Birdhouse
Western and Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse
This nest box for both western and mountain bluebirds has a 5″ by 5″ floor, a 12″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 9/16″ diameter entrance hole located 10″ above the floor.
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker and Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse
This yellow-bellied sapsucker house is also suitable for eastern bluebirds. See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Tree & Violet Green Swallow Birdhouse
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds. The tree and violet green swallow birdhouse has a 5″ by 5″ floor, an 8″ floor to ceiling height and a 1 1/2″ diameter entrance hole located 6″ above the floor.

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