Bird Houses by Mark Gourd Bird House

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About This Item

  • Every Gourd Bird House is individually hand-crafted in the USA.
  • The natural gourd is made with a protective finish.
  • Features a 1-1/8” hole—a great bird house for wrens.
  • Comes with a wire hanger.
  • Drainage is provided with every purchase.

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Bird TypePigeon, Wild Bird, WrenWild Bird, WoodpeckerWild BirdWild Bird, WrenWild Bird, Wren
MaterialWoodWoodWoodWoodWood

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sanna on Apr 11, 2022

Happy Birds, Happy Me!

This is just what my Carolina Wrens were waiting for! I've provided this kind of housing for them for years & I'm so happy Mark's gourd houses were available & affordable when theIr old house finally collapsed in a storm. The gourd houses were packed securely & arrived promptly. I definitely recommend this seller.


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By Msangela on May 2, 2022

Nice good house

I'm not sure what animals will live in the gourd but I do know that it is well made and will hold up for many years. It looks good. If a bird decides to live in it, it may need stabilizing up against a tree.


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By megs on Jan 14, 2022

Adorable home for our bird friend

We have a Wren that has lived in our yard for the past 3 years. Each year he works so hard to build a nest to attract his 'perfect mate' but due to his poor architectural skills he has not been able to attract an interested mate. He tried building a very messy nest in our garage (beside the bird food bag) and that did not work. He tried building another messy nest in our garden hose and that did not work. (We even stopped using the hose to wait with our little bird friend to see if a mate would accept his home but no deal from a female). We offered various wooden already built home (built by humans) and that did not work, as he refused to put his messy nest inside them. We are hoping that this 'nature made' home will satisfy our adorable song bird that sings his little heart out each morning (after he has eaten his fill of peanuts and sunflower hearts from the feeder). It is January and spring will be here soon, in central Florida. We are hopeful this provides a safe and happy home for our Wren. Although we have lots of sparrows, black cap chickadees, cardinals, tit mouse and finches that may love it if our little Wren does not see the idea to be a good one. I did get the medium size to allow for any larger birds to use and is very nice and sturdy. I like the idea that it can hang from limb which i think will be safer for babies from other critters. It does have a recent protective coating on and i will air it out and it will be ready for a happy new bird family soon :) It is VERY cute! If all goes well, i will be buying more.