Spruce Creek Bluebird House Natural Teak

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Category : Bluebird Houses
Category : Eco-Friendly Recycled Plastic Bird Houses
Category : Spruce Creek Collection Feeders and Houses


Nature Inspired - Only Bluebirds Required!

Spruce Creek Collection - Bird Feeders and Birdhouses that have the look and feel of real cedar wood...but with the sustainability of recycled plastic! 

Spruce Creek Recycled Plastic Bluebird House Natural Teak -
Attract nesting bluebirds with this quality eco-friendly bluebird house! This popular bluebird house is constructed of durable eco-friendly recycled plastic 1/2" HDPE. Built to last a lifetime and guaranteed not to rot, crack, split or fade. Brass hardware. Beautiful natural teak color. 1.5" entrance hole for Eastern bluebirds. Grooves in front door make it easy for baby birds to climb in and out of the house. Front door panel opens for easy cleaning. North Amercian Bluebird Society Approved. Made in the USA!


* Spruce Creek Collection
* 1.5" entrance hole made for Eastern bluebirds
* Color: Natural Teak
* Constructed with durable eco-friendly recycled plastic 1/2" HDPE
* Recycled plastic is guaranteed to never rot, crack, split or fade
* Brass hardware
* Grooves in front door make it easy for baby birds to climb in and out of the house
* Front door panel opens for easy cleaning
* Made in the USA

Mounting Options: Pole, Post, Tree

 7"L x 9"W x 12.5"H; Weight: 5 lbs.

Save $$ when you buy two or more Spruce Creek Recycled Plastic Bluebird Houses! Discount given at checkout.

Note: Ships dimensional oversized when ordering multiple quantities. Additional freight may be required depending on order size and destination zone.

North American Bluebird Society Approved

 Eco-Friendly Product

Spruce Creek Collection

There's a six-mile stretch of trail that winds through a pristine mountain wilderness, lush with spruce and pine, dotted by wildflowers and long-abandoned mining cabins, which stand as relics of Colorado's gold-rush glory days. This is the Spruce Creek Trail, a favorite among birdwatchers and the inspiration behind our new collection.
Whether or not you've hiked on Spruce Creek Trail, with this collection, we invite you to experience the serenity of nature in your own backyard.