Birdhouse, Turned Ash and Elm Bark Birdhouse, Schoolhouse Woodcrafts
Birdhouse, Turned Ash and Elm Bark Birdhouse, view of birdhouse roof, Schoolhouse Woodcrafts
Birdhouse, side view of Turned Ash and Elm Bark Birdhouse, Schoolhouse Woodcrafts
Birdhouse, finial on bottom of Turned Ash and Elm Bark Birdhouse, Schoolhouse Woodcrafts
Birdhouse, Turned Ash and Elm Bark Birdhouse, Schoolhouse Woodcrafts

Birdhouse, Usable Ash and Elm Bark Turned Birdhouse

Regular price $89.00 Sale

This is a striking rustic birdhouse, turned from fallen trees. The roof on this house is from a large (4 foot in diameter) Ash tree in our small town thay was attacked by the emerald ash borer. It has a distinctive Elm bark body, and will keep your small songbirds happy.

14" high x 10" diameter

All houses come with a removable perch & care instructions. (See below) 

Birdhouse care instructions:
  ~ Birds are very sensitive to chemicals in their environment. We use only nontoxic finishes on our birdhouses.
~ Birdhouses will weather when used outside. Some cracking will likely occur-this is normal & provides needed ventilation for the nest.  We recommend a semi-annual application of Tung oil on the roof & body to keep it looking it’s best.  We also recommend that they be installed under an overhang or similar sheltered spot.  It is also suggested that they be taken down & stored over the Winter-they will last longer that way. (If used as a delightful indoor decorating piece, they need only a semi-annual Tung oil application & will give years of enjoyment)
~ The Birdhouses are “bird ready” & have panel nails holding the lid to the body.  These are easily removed for yearly cleaning. We recommend dusting the interior with diatomaceous earth once a year.
~ Many small birds will (& have!) used our birdhouses to make nests. These include Wrens, Nuthatches, Chickadees, Tufted Titmouse & other small birds.