Half the fun of creating a garden is the abundance of birds and insects that live among your trees, flowers and vegetables. Much of this wildlife contributes to the growth and nurturing of your natural habitat, and helps control garden pests like aphids and other uninvited foragers.
You can increase the diversity of your fauna with wildlife structures such as Schwegler birdhouses, Nuttery Feeders, Native American Mason Bee houses—and don't forget homes for toads and bats. Here you can watch videos of our birds and bees in action.
Made from a natural compound that breathes like wood, yet resists weather and predators and made to last for 20 years or more. 5 models are available with different hole sizes to attract American Bluebirds, Titmice, Wrens, Tree Swallows, Chickadees, Nuthatches and more. Birds and gardeners love the superior quality and durability.
Foiling greedy squirrels can be a full time job, and we've spent 35 years coming up with the best solutions. Nuttery feeders allow the small birds inside, and the biggest woodpeckers can feed from outside with their long bills, but not the squirrels. Check out our other squirrel bafflers that keep the birdseed dry.
Watch our video of these friendly native American pollinators. They're fascinating to study close up and they don't sting. They get their name because they work with mud to line their nesting tubes, and the new generation emerges in Spring. They pollinate fruit trees, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and many other fruits, veggies and ornamentals.
Check out our Made in Oregon cedar bird houses, including our Green Roof Birdhouse that's a favorite with wrens. There's a Bat Condominium and a Toad House besides.