Newfoundland Bird Condo, Feeder and Butterfly House
An artistic rendering of the famous Jelly Bean row from the East Coast of Canada.
The bird house has 4 seperate compartments for the nesting birds. Positioned at the back is one cleanout to remove the old nests so that new birds can move in. The hole is 1.25" which is ideal for most nesting birds. Can be mounted on a fence or garden shed.
The feeder is built using locally milled cedar and reclaimed wood. Painted with a white solid stain and acrylic accent colours. Clear varnish to protect. Great to hang from a bracket, tree or can be fitted with a post mount.
The Butterfly house is the perfect addition to anyones garden landscape. These colourful houses are able to house multiple types of butterflies in the egg stage of their life cycle. Equiped with a natural piece of cedar with bark on the inside to allow the butterflies to lay their eggs in a protected environment.