I’m pleased to announce two new products available from Wild Stewardship. For anyone who doesn’t know, I established Wild Stewardship to create and sell bird feeders, bird houses, and bat houses. In the future, I plan to add a variety of other nature related products. All of my products are handmade from high quality materials. If you are interested in purchasing any Wild Stewardship products, they can be found on Ebay, Wild Stewardship’s website www.wildstewardship.com, or through my Facebook shop at www.facebook.com/wildstewardship.
The first new product I’m rolling out is a hanging Wren or Chickadee house. This birdhouse is constructed of cedar so it will stand up to the elements for many years to come. The hanging Wren/Chickadee house also features a cleanout door on the side. By simply screwing out the hook from the front of the birdhouse, the side door easily opens to allow for easy cleanout. No tools required!
The next new product is my Single Chambered Bat House. Putting up a bat house in your yard can help to control mosquito populations. Also made from Cedar, this house will last for many years. The large landing pad at the bottom and rough surface all the way up the inside, allow the bats easy access to climb in and have a safe place live where they are not a nuisance. The open bottom also ensures that there is no buildup of waste in the house.
Spring is right around the corner, so now is the perfect time to get your bird houses ready for the nesting season of many species. This is also the ideal time to provide homes for the returning bats so they are not temped to live in your attic, behind your siding, or other places that are an inconvenience. Bats are nice to have around the yard to help reduce mosquito populations, as well as the viruses that mosquitos can spread. Go to www.wildstewardship.com and see all the bird houses and feeders we have available.