Rough-sawn panels give baby birds a footing as they climb out of the nest. Slits on the best of the perimeters and corners of the ground ensure that right kind air exchange. The ground slits additionally permit right kind drainage. No paints or stains are used in this box, so in time the pine will weather to a grey that blends in neatly with natural atmosphere. 7-1/2″ x nine-1/4″ x 17-1/2″ prime.
Constructed preferably for bushy, red-headed, and red-bellied woodpeckers. These birds are some of the few woodpeckers that reside in an artificial box
Comes with picket chips and a slate predator guard that assists in keeping the predators out & discourages hole growth
Constructed of one” thick kiln-dried Jap white pine for very good insulation
Is living right through the U.S. and Canada, and north to Alaska. Lives in or on the fringe of open woods, who prefer deciduous forests
Dimensions: 17-1/2″h x 7-1/2″w x nine-3/4″d