1. Elizabeth says:

    Nice nest-box. I like the creative air vents:-)

  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Cute! Any dwellers?? Not many birds can brag about having digs with a front door!

    • Francis Gilbert says:

      This house sit outside of my sewing room window. The bluebird feed the babies. I buy mealworms for them.

  3. Dawn says:

    Cute!! Would be an easy way to clean out the box.

  4. Kristina says:

    I love it!

  5. Ann says:

    Cute!!! Where can I buy One???????? I want several for my farm.

  6. Nikki says:

    That is darling. I have been looking at different types of bird houses, feed, water…etc. that will draw some interesting birds to our property. Also, in the fall I am going to host a children’s craft day where we build bat boxes!

  7. Vina Byrne says:

    I’d love to consider continuing to receive these emails. I am a librarian and have your magazine at the library. I just don’t see where it says Blog Alergs…Raising Jane Journal mailing list so I can click there and continue to receive your wonderful emails. Please keep me on your list to receive your emails. thank you very much..Vina Byrne

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  8. Jacorn says:

    When I first looked, I thought bluebird house, THEN I thought, outhouse. It is adorable.

  9. Kathy says:

    What would a farm be without one of these? A much smaller version but very cute.

  10. Betty Thompson says:

    Ah for the days of being a child. I grew up on a farm (until the age of 9) here in western Pennsylvania and maybe my memories are clouded or colored by fondness, but there was dew on the grass, a rooster crowed in the background, horses whinnied — oh, don’t get me started because here come the tears.

    Lord, keep me grounded in the present but don’t let me forget the past.

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