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This stonework is for the birds!

The neolithic birdhouse is a two piece hollowed out structure for our feathered friends. The top piece is removable so you may clean out the house at the end of each nesting season. The entrance hole for the birds is approx.1-1/4" diameter.....

.The bottom base is drilled out for a piece of 3/4" rebar (available at building supply stores...and they will cut to length for you) You pound the rebar into the ground with a sledge hammer (making sure it is mostly vertical) and slip the bottom stone piece onto bar. Once it is set...the top piece cannot slide off of the base....they even sway gently in the wind. At least partial shade is recommended / in direct sunlight, houses get too warm!

We have swallows and bluebirds nesting in our birdhouses here in Maine...

STONE Birdhouse