This adorable teapot birdhouse is the perfect addition to your yard or garden! Provides shelter for neighborhood birds and it is galvanized, so it will last for years!
Fun for any bird lover and especially great for anyone that enjoys a nice cup of tea. Birds will love nesting in this but be sure to hang it in a shady spot because the tin can heat up if placed in the sun!
Unique gift idea that is both fun and practical!
This teapot birdhouse is a great addition to any yard or garden!
If you enjoy working in your yard and showcasing unique and fun items of interest, then this teapot birdhouse is for you! Because it is galvanized, it is something that will last for years. The cute little bird adorning the top of the house adds some nice detail too!
I have many birdhouses placed throughout the farm. I enjoy finding unique or fun ones to add to the property. When I saw these, I had to add them to the items that we sell at the Country Store. Of course, I also placed one up back, hanging from a tree in the goose and duck yard. I chose that area not only because it can be showcased nicely but also because there is plenty of shade. Whenever I have any birdhouses that are made from materials that have the potential of heating up from the sun, I always place them in a shady location. The last thing you want to have happen is for a bird to nest in the house and have them get overheated when it is hot and sunny outside.
Each teapot birdhouse has been drilled on the bottom so that any moisture that gets inside, can easily drain out. Without the ability to drain, the moisture/liquid will eventually rot out the bottom of the birdhouse. Quite often people don’t think about that and after years of moisture, the birdhouse is no longer able to be used.
Every purchase you make helps us! Revenues generated by your purchase helps with the cost of the upkeep of the rare farm animals living at Dalby Farm. These animals are considered to be ‘Ambassadors’ of their breeds and are a critical part of the children’s educational programs offered at Dalby Farm. For more information visit www.dalbyfarm.com.