new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

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Brand
Nature''s Way Bird Products
Material
Cedar
Color
Brown
Item Weight
2 Pounds
Item Dimensions LxWxH
8.87 x 8 x 8 inches


Nature's Way Bird Products CWH1 Cedar Wren House

Nature's Way Cedar Wren House is made with naturally insect and rot resistant premium Cedar and stainless steel rust-free hardware. Air vents allow for proper air ventilation through wall and floor openings to promote bird health. Clean-out doors provide easy access for cleaning. Vinyl-coated wire hanging cable included. This house has a 1 1/8" opening to accommodate both house wrens and chickadees while keeping unwanted larger birds out.

Hanging Your Wren House

Wrens and chickadees both prefer houses that are located in a sheltered area - under the shade and protection of tree branches is ideal. When possible, hang the house so that the entry hole faces away from incoming weather anywhere from 5-10 feet off the ground. A hanging style house is preferred so that it can be placed outward on a branch to help prevent predators reaching the nest. A male wren will build a nest out of sticks and perch on the branches above the house to attract a female. A pair of chickadees will work together to build their nest with moss, pet hair, or other types of fur-like material.

Innovative Design

Clean-Out Doors

Maintaining a clean house is important to prevent disease and promote bird health. Houses should be cleaned out at least once a year while not in use.

Air Vents

Side and roof air vents promote proper air circulation to prevent disease and promote optimum bird health.

1 1/8" Entry Hole

This hole size accommodates both house wrens and chickadees comfortably while deterring other unwanted larger birds such as sparrows.

Hanging Design

House Wrens and Chickadees prefer to nest in the shade and protection of thick tree branches or bushes. This hanging design allows for the house to be erected easily on the limb of a tree to provide preferred habitat and increase occupancy rates.

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Hanging Cable
Stainless Steel Construction
Premium Rot-Resistant Cedar
Multi-ply Bamboo
Easy Clean Door
Side and Roof Air Vents
Fledgling Skerfs
Acrylic Viewing Window

Description

Nature''s Way Cedar Wren House is made with premium Cedar and stainless steel rust-free hardware for a durable house that will last multiple seasons. Air vents allow for proper air ventilation through wall and floor openings to promote bird health. Clean-out doors provide easy access for cleaning. Vinyl-coated wire hanging cable included. This house has a 1 1/8" opening to accomodate both house wrens and chickadees while keeping unwanted larger birds out.

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Q: where is the clean out located?

A: Love this wren bird house. The cleaning latch is front and on the right. Very easy to clea…

Smaar | 6 years ago

Q: Do the wrens prefer for it to hang freely, or to be secure against a building? Have you no…

A: They prefer a tree hanging with shrubs or plants nearby so that they can duck down if frig…

ecopeland | 2 years ago

Q: has anyone had good luck hanging this from a pergola? How do you attach it?

A: I have a round metal screw hook that I screw into the wood then use a metal shower curtain…

Trish | 3 years ago

Q: I am surprised at the dark roof and am concerned that the house would be hotter for Texas …

A: I agree the roof is too dark. I live in Western NY and no birds have moved in. I am goin…

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Cate
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Baby wrens three months later :)
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2018
Color: Brown
For several years, wrens have shown an interest in a rectangular nest box I mounted facing east at the top of a fence post; they laid eggs at least once, but never successfully hatched a brood. New year, new house, new results: I hung this Nature''s Way house soon after... See more
For several years, wrens have shown an interest in a rectangular nest box I mounted facing east at the top of a fence post; they laid eggs at least once, but never successfully hatched a brood. New year, new house, new results: I hung this Nature''s Way house soon after buying it in March about 10 feet above ground on a maple branch, oriented south/southeast, not far from the post where the other box had been (it''s now in a different location). I heard little ones a few days back and have attached a photo of mama tending them. Very happy to finally see wrens with young''ns in my yard, and much of the credit likely belongs to this box.
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SoundsGood2Me
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Doesn''t Get Any Better than This!
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2017
Color: Brown
I love this little wren/chickadee bird house! I put it up a month ago and have a gorgeous little wren couple occupying it now. Hung it facing south (away from the West wind and rains) under a house eave so it didn''t get too hot in the sun and in a place where squirrels... See more
I love this little wren/chickadee bird house! I put it up a month ago and have a gorgeous little wren couple occupying it now. Hung it facing south (away from the West wind and rains) under a house eave so it didn''t get too hot in the sun and in a place where squirrels couldn''t get at it. Also purchased and attached an inexpensive (less than $3) metal 1-1/4" bird house portal protector I read that the Bluebird protector opening is 1.5″, the Nuthatch protector opening is 1.25″, the Chickadee portal opening is 1.125″, and the Wren portal opening is 1″. But Wild Birds Unlimited had a 1-1/8" (1.125") one that they said worked well for Chickadees and Wrens. Easy to attach and now birds can''t peck away at the wood opening to attack the inhabitants. That happened with my prior wren house that didn''t have the protector. Easy to clean with latch for opening it up, nice quality and natural cedar, great price! Found this on Birds Unlimited website--this house fits the bill!
1. Proper Drainage
1a. Drain holes
Make sure your birdhouse has drain holes in the bottom to let out water. This is important to keep mold and bacteria from multiplying.

1b. Roof overhang
Also, an inch or two of roof overhang will keep rain from entering the birdhouse entrance hole and will also help shade the interior on hot days.

2. Heating and Cooling
2a. Just as in human homes, a birdhouse needs proper ventilation for heat escape in summer and thick walls for heat retention in winter.

2b. Ventilation and insulation
Each birdhouse should have a slit or opening at the top of at least one side so hot air can escape during the summer. For the best insulation, most birders agree that wood makes a better birdhouse material than metal. It won''t heat up as much in the hot months of summer, yet keeps warmth in during winter''s cool months. Find one at least 3/4" thick. Though not usable for roosting in winter, clay or ceramic birdhouses insulate well in the warm months of summer.

3. Sizing
There are three main sizes to consider: entrance hole size, floor size, and entrance height.

3a. Entrance hole size
The diameter opening determines which bird can enter the house. If the hole is too large, predators can reach in and disturb the nest. If the hole is too small, birds can’t gain access.

3b. Floor size
Birds need a certain amount of floor space inside the house so the hatchlings have room to grow. For smaller songbirds like wrens, chickadees, titmice and nuthatches, 4" x 4" is usually fine. Larger birds need more floor space. Again, look for your target species'' requirements.

3c. Entrance height
This is measured from the floor of the box to the bottom of the entrance hole, and this distance is important for keeping eggs and hatchlings out of reach of predators that may approach the hole and try to scoop inside the house. Many species need 5" or more.

4. Safety
Safe birdhouses have a number of features that help protect the inhabitants from predators.

4a. Perch-free entrance
Perches may look cute, but they simply give predators something to hold onto when approaching the entrance hole. Or, they invite invasive species to nest, which most people do not want. Since natural cavities such as tree trunks do not have perches, birds that will use nest boxes don''t need a perch either. Another way to deter predators is to pole mount the nest box. Predators have a more difficult time climbing a thin metal pole than a tree trunk.

4b. Enforcement around entrance hole
Some birdhouses feature a metal bracket around the entrance hole, which deters squirrels and other animals from enlarging the hole to gain access. Others have a thick piece of wood, with a cutout the same diameter as the hole, which in effect makes the entrance longer (called a predator guard) so that predators cannot scoop down into the box as easily. (Wild Birds Unlimited sells these for about $3)

4c. Nontoxic materials
The best birdhouses are not finished with toxic paints or stains. Natural wood is the best choice for preventing the birds from having contact with anything toxic.

5. Mounting and Access
Your birdhouse must also keep your lifestyle in mind. It should be easy to mount, easy to clean and maintain and, if possible, easy for you to monitor the activities inside the box when practical.

6. One side that opens
Birdhouses that you can open give you two advantages. You can keep them more sanitary because you can access the inside more easily for cleanout. Also, depending upon the style of opening, you can have a look at the activities inside the box, when practical.
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Jen M
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good birdhouse for the price, with one simple change to the latch
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2019
Color: Brown
Considering how inexpensive this birdhouse is, it is well enough made. Pros: It''s sturdy cedar, so the wood will probably last. It''s screwed together firmly. The hole is close enough to the 1 1/8" size I wanted for chickadees. And the hanger attached to it is... See more
Considering how inexpensive this birdhouse is, it is well enough made.

Pros: It''s sturdy cedar, so the wood will probably last. It''s screwed together firmly. The hole is close enough to the 1 1/8" size I wanted for chickadees. And the hanger attached to it is coated wire so it should be chew-resistant. It has a little vent at the top for circulation and a gap at the bottom provides drainage.

Cons: It is a bit rough - the edges aren''t sanded, and the product tag was stapled to the front of the house, leaving two gouges near the door. The stain on the roof scuffs very easily. And the "latch" is quite loose, but that is super easy to fix (see below)

If you are looking for beautiful craftsmanship, this isn''t it. If you just want a sturdy cedar box with a hole sized for chickadees, this should do the trick. I recommend adding a portal protector of some sort, to prevent critters from chewing the hole to make it bigger.

My latch modification:
As others have mentioned, the door is closed by a rudimentary "latch", which is just an L screw you twist to hold the side of the house closed. It arrived very loose, but can be screwed in farther to tighten it up. I did tighten it some, but I didn''t want it so tight that it pulled the gap at the bottom of the birdhouse closed. I looked at buying a hook and eye latch, and decided to go with something I had on hand.

I added a short screw with a protruding head (see photo) as a stop for the latch. It prevents the L screw from being twisted so far down that it opens the door. But the door can still be easily opened by twisting the L screw *up*. I assume that curious squirrels are more likely to pull down on the bar of the latch than up, so this should do the trick.
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muffyn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great birdhouse, weird (good weird) review
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2016
Color: Brown
Great birdhouse, especially for the very reasonable price. Very solid, well-made and nice looking. And now for the weird part: We decided to buy this a couple of months ago after seeing wrens in our yard. After it arrived, I put it on the floor for a few hours intending to... See more
Great birdhouse, especially for the very reasonable price. Very solid, well-made and nice looking. And now for the weird part: We decided to buy this a couple of months ago after seeing wrens in our yard. After it arrived, I put it on the floor for a few hours intending to hang it up later in the day. In the meantime, our very sweet, indoor-only senior rescue cat who, mind you, has zero hunting instinct, fell in love with it. I mean truly, deeply in love. She began rubbing it all over like it''s catnip. Since then it has become her security blanket. She rubs her face all over it multiple times a day, especially when she''s stressed by the sound of leaf blowers, the garbage truck, etc. Who knew there could be such love between a cat and an empty birdhouse? Can''t bear to take it away from her so long story short, now I''m back to order another one for the wrens!
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Amazon Customer Shirin
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent construction, but needs a couple of items
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2021
Color: Brown
This is a very well made item. I have bought two of them. The holes are the right side for the chickadees I hope to house. HOWEVER, there are a couple of things which would improve these boxes. 1. There is no predator guard on the entry hole. This means the young... See more
This is a very well made item. I have bought two of them. The holes are the right side for the chickadees I hope to house. HOWEVER, there are a couple of things which would improve these boxes.
1. There is no predator guard on the entry hole. This means the young birds are at risk from squirrels who can gnaw out the entry hole and extract a fledgling. Predatory birds such as blue jays and crows are also a threat, although the lack of a perch on this bird box - chickadees and house wrens don''t need them - helps deter them. The squirrel problem can be alleviated using the add on Kettle Moraine Copper Portal for Chickadee Bird Houses 1 1/8" Predator Guard available on Amazon, (which I have purchased for both boxes) and which works very well.
2. More of an issue is the lack of a fledgling ladder. This is really something that could have been EASILY done by the manufacturer of this item at the construction stage. The interior of the box has been finished smoothly, whereas it should have been roughed up on the inside of the side with the portal. Fledgling ladders alleviate the problem of young birds dying in a nest box because they can''t get up to the portal to get out. I have done my bit by roughing up the interior of the area below the portal with a chip knife, and by gorilla gluing 4 small pieces of wood on the interior of the side with the entry hole, to assist the young in their escape. I considered disassembling the box so as to make a proper fledgling ladder with a band saw, but figured my changes of permanently damaging the box was too high.
3. I was able to immobilize the access latch on the bottom by putting a screw next to it as a stop, and then tying the latch to the screw with a short length of fine, transparent fishing line (cut close to the knot to avoid tangle hazards.) That latch is now SECURE and at the end of the fall I will cut off the tied off line, clean out the boxes for the next nesting season, and replace the tied off line.
4. I do like these boxes and will probably buy more. I hope the manufacturer reads this review.
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Anna
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Only for HOUSE WRENS!
Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2016
Color: Brown
Well made house for HOUSE WRENS only! Hole is 7/8th inch which only a house wren will be able to fit into. So forget this house if you want to attract Carolina Wrens, OR even Chickadees! They need 1-1/8 inch holes.
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Meagain
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hole is EXACTLY 1-1/8" on all 3 that I ordered! Perfect
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2017
Color: Brown
Just got 3 in. THE HOLE IS 1-1/8" EXACTLY. I read statements/reviews stating this hole was too small and even under 1 inch. Not true or they changed it. I fully planned on dremmeling the hole to enlarge it but No need! I measured 3 times. Exactly 1-1/8" they... See more
Just got 3 in. THE HOLE IS 1-1/8" EXACTLY. I read statements/reviews stating this hole was too small and even under 1 inch. Not true or they changed it. I fully planned on dremmeling the hole to enlarge it but No need! I measured 3 times. Exactly 1-1/8" they must''ve changed it at some point. Good!
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Honest Reviewer
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Received TWO Damaged. Extremely poorly made.
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2018
Color: Brown
BOTH of the houses I ordered arrived damaged and one appeared used. One side of the roof on one was pulled off (screws ripped right out of the wood) and there was a bunch of seed/insect debris inside where the wood was pressed together. (It''s bad enough they were damaged,... See more
BOTH of the houses I ordered arrived damaged and one appeared used. One side of the roof on one was pulled off (screws ripped right out of the wood) and there was a bunch of seed/insect debris inside where the wood was pressed together. (It''s bad enough they were damaged, but this was disgusting.) Both houses had various areas with scratches and chunks of the wood damaged, but the fact that the screws are not solidly holding the roof on means this house could have easily killed a brood of birds nesting in it. One of the houses had good sized split in the wood on one side, the other had a screw hole where there shouldn''t have been one. The "latch" on the door is a joke as it is too far to actually hold the door shut. I''ve used these types of houses for wrens for years, but this is my first experience with this brand. I am returning them and would definitely not recommend them. There are a number of other choices on Amazon.

I take the time to review my purchases because I know I rely on these reviews myself when I make purchases blindly on Amazon. I hope you have found my review helpful.
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A. Milinkovich
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Saw a wren for the first time, then weeks later, an entire wren family!
Reviewed in Canada on August 26, 2020
Excellent product, it attracted a wren couple who made a lovely wren family in this bird house. They have the most delightful song and I was surprised to find they were attracted to my presence. The way they move from branch to branch is fascinating and cute. Before leaving...See more
Excellent product, it attracted a wren couple who made a lovely wren family in this bird house. They have the most delightful song and I was surprised to find they were attracted to my presence. The way they move from branch to branch is fascinating and cute. Before leaving the nest they covered (hid) the entrance with various materials. Clever birds.
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Bluejay
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
attractive bird house but improperly constructed
Reviewed in Canada on June 23, 2018
the overall look and the cedar construction are nice. However the two black sections of the roof weren''t attached close enough together so there was a large space on the top where rain could easily get in. I had to duct tape the top with black tape (to match) to protect it...See more
the overall look and the cedar construction are nice. However the two black sections of the roof weren''t attached close enough together so there was a large space on the top where rain could easily get in. I had to duct tape the top with black tape (to match) to protect it and keep it water resistant. Also the pin that is supposed to hold the bottom hatch closed doesn''t fit well at all and is super loose. It doesn''t actually hold the bottom closed so I had to duct tape that too so the bird''s nest would fall out the bottom. If the construction of the bird house was more precise then it would be an awesome product. A birdhouse with a big gap in the top defeats the purpose of a protective home for the birds.
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Client d'Amazon
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Buy it!
Reviewed in Canada on August 18, 2018
Really nice product well constructed 5 years garanty comes with it don’t bother to construct it yourself the price is really reasonable and the quality is very good I’m happy for my little bird welcome house ;-) I recommend it don’t hesitate! Très belle petite cabane très...See more
Really nice product well constructed 5 years garanty comes with it don’t bother to construct it yourself the price is really reasonable and the quality is very good I’m happy for my little bird welcome house ;-) I recommend it don’t hesitate! Très belle petite cabane très bien construite avec 5 ans de garanti je vous le recommande c est super pour le prix trēs raisonable ;-)
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Judy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Well built, attractive and worth the money
Reviewed in Canada on July 9, 2021
I like the way it looks…..mine are basically used for a yard feature. I put 3 different sizes together so not sure a wren will actually get to use it….maybe when sparrows leave.
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Pat
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wrens now have a home
Reviewed in Canada on April 16, 2019
I wanted a birdhouse specifically for the wrens, which has to have a small hole and this one certainly did. Disappointing that it doesn’t have a perch on it. We were able to build one into the house. Now it’s perfect for the wrens.
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new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale

new arrival Nature's Way Bird Products 2021 CWH1 Cedar Wren House, 8" x 8.875" x 8.125", sale standard, Brown outlet sale