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Only a few varieties of woodpeckers live in man-made boxes, but the Hairy Woodpecker, Red-headed Woodpecker and the Red-bellied Woodpecker regularly do so. And they all use the same size house. This house includes a bag of wood chips since woodpeckers usually leave wood chips in the homes they excavate for themselves. The birdhouse also features a slate predator guard to keep squirrels from enlarging the entrance hole.
Measures: 17-1/2"h x 7-1/2"w x 9-3/4"d
Features a slate predator guard
Includes a bag of wood chips
Opens easily for cleaning
Designed by experts and field tested
Features appropriate ventilation, drainage and opens for easy cleaning
Provides superior insulation with greater temperature stability
Constructed to last
Handcrafted in Maine
Made from sustainably grown 1" thick Eastern white pine
Most woodpeckers lives in or at the edge of open woods, preferring deciduous forests. They reside throughout the U.S. and Canada, and north to Alaska. Some northern birds move south for the winter.