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Bee Hive Roosting Pocket

Bee Hive Roosting Pocket

Made of natural materials like reed grass, the bee hive shape of this roosting pocket helps keep winter songbirds like chickadees and finches protected during cold weather. It also fits discreetly into the background, creating a natural-looking home that doesn't immediately draw the attention of predators.

Details

Standing 10 inches high and only 6 inches around at the bottom, this Bee Hive Roosting Pocket is big enough to provide shelter for songbirds in harsh winter conditions but small enough to be comfy.

The natural materials aren't smooth or fancy; instead, this roosting pocket is made from naturally rough materials that mirror shelter found in your yard. When you hang this underneath a tree or other covered location, you add another layer of protection for the songbirds that weather the winter in your area.

Details

Standing 10 inches high and only 6 inches around at the bottom, this Bee Hive Roosting Pocket is big enough to provide shelter for songbirds in harsh winter conditions but small enough to be comfy.

The natural materials aren't smooth or fancy; instead, this roosting pocket is made from naturally rough materials that mirror shelter found in your yard. When you hang this underneath a tree or other covered location, you add another layer of protection for the songbirds that weather the winter in your area.

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