All proceeds (minus shipping and packing) will benefit www.firstbook.org, a non-profit that provides new books to children from low-income families throughout the U.S. and Canada.
MaryJane will post a photo of the prop and its cost here along with a few details as to its condition. The first person to call the farm and talk with Brian, 208-882-6819, becomes the new owner of a little bit of herstory. Shipping will be either USPS or UPS, our choice. No returns.
I have a fetish for bird nests along with old birdhouses..i am always looking for nests, in the trees, under eaves, etc…if i am lucky to find a fallen on I like to keep it. Thank you for this pic!
Love the birdnest! Do you know what kind of bird may live there?
We have two very interesting and different birdnests in our pear tree. One is a very tiny one, made mostly of “fluff” . . probably dog hair. We believe it to be a hummingbird nest.
The other one is quite large, make with twigs, grass and a lot of mud. We’ll be watching this spring to see who moves into that one.
I don’t know the answer to your question CJ. It’s not a barn swallow’s nest; they use mud. Although it’s on my barn. Could it be a Robin’s?
Nice location for a birdhouse! I like that is has built in safety and comfort parameters too. Birds are quite amazing how they select and built their nests.
I just love birdnests. This is last year’s nest so you will have to see who shows up.
I suspect a robin will show up. They build their nests in very human places rather than just trees.