Nature lovers will attract friendly feathered friends to their porch or yard with these charming wooden birdhouses. When filled with feed, these happy habitats will reward them the soothing chirps and coos of robins, sparrows and doves.
Give backyard birds a royal welcome and a meal fit for a king with Jo-Ann and Gerald Warren's regal feeder. The artists start by stamping a lovely, Grecian pattern into stoneware clay that has been colored with a deep azure dye. Malleable slabs are then shaped into the top and bottom curves of the feeder and, to finish, the pieces are high-fired, sealing in the color and locking out moisture....
Some birds are a little bit country, some are a little bit rock and roll, and some like the look of a sleek, modern place to call home. Give your fashionably feathered friends a polished perch with the Architect's Birdfeeder.
Sculpted from the harvested trunks of the mango tree. The mango trees in Thailand are a renewable resource and stop producing fruit after 10 - 15 years. At that point the trees are harvested for their wood and new trees are planted. The wood is hand turned by artisans and dried in kilns fueled by the mango wood shavings.