Our charming Martin Birdhouse is perfect for birdhouse décor enthusiasts. Designed by an Amish artesian, with 14 nesting compartments, this decorative birdhouse will capture the hearts of bird lovers and bring joy to its inhabitants. Each birdhouse has a removable roof so you can perform your seasonal cleanout procedures.
Crafted with weather resistant MDO plywood and a cedar roof, this Wooden Amish Birdhouse is the perfect choice for long-term use. Designers created this strong and durable structure to withstand the weather, ensuring it keeps your birds safe and dry.
By having this American made birdhouse in your yard, you'll witness a variety of bird, including Cardinals, Sparrows, Wrens, Swallows, Bluebirds and Purple Martins gracing your surroundings as they stop by for a visit. Measuring 24" L x 23" W x 24" H, it is suitable for birdhouse décor or a standalone decoration. Experience the joy of nature harmonizing in your outdoor living space.
Available in various colors.
Take advantage of our free shipping offer for USA deliveries (Excludes Alaska and Hawaii). Create enticing bird nests while adding style to your garden with our exquisite Amish Made Martin Birdhouses. If you have any questions on our birdhouses, please contact us at 814-396-2151.
Features of the Amish Made Birdhouse
- 23 inches wide
- 24 inches long
- 24 inches high
- 34 pounds
- Solid wood construction with an extended roof
- No assembly required
- Offset holes eliminate double nests as not to disturb the older babies and eggs are not disturbed
- Single porches for greater percent occupancy
- Removable roof is designed for proper clean out
- A mounting pole is not included
- Made in America
- Free shipping. Delivery must occur within the USA. (Excludes Alaska and Hawaii)
Installation tips for the Amish Made Wooden Purple Martin Birdhouse
- Place houses at least 300 feet apart, because bluebirds are territorial.
- Keep the bluebird houses in open habitats. The environment they prefer.
- Control the House Sparrow, or it will eliminate the bluebird and Tree Swallow.
- Add a second bluebird house 21 feet (7 paces) from the first house, at every 300-foot setting. This will enable the precious Tree Swallow to nest on your bluebird path as well.
- Control the most threatening parasite, the blowfly larva. If you don't, you may end up fledging only a handful, if any, baby birds. Change their nests when babies are from seven to 10 days old (only one change per brood is needed.)
- Attach a predator guard to your bluebird houses. This will protect the bluebirds from their predators and other enemies.
- Avoid handling the bluebird and/or Tree Swallow young after they are 14 days or older. They may fledge prematurely, which could cause their death.
- Monitor your bluebird trail at least once every week.
- Remove the old bluebird and/or Tree Swallow nests on your first nest check after the young have fledged.
- Keep accurate field records. This is the initial move towards attaining more success on your bluebird trail.
These items offer free shipping. Includes orders delivered in the USA but excludes Alaska and Hawaii.
For our products that say “Ships in 1 to 2 weeks", we have a longer lead time as they will be shipped directly from our manufacturers.
These items will be shipped to you in 1 to 2 weeks from the date you placed the order and sent to your chosen address. The estimated delivery date is based the type of product you have ordered, any production time, and time for the product to be shipped by the carrier.