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Fair Trade Upcycled Saree Birdhouse

Hanging Saree Birdhouse:

Gorgeous and unique, these handmade birdhouses can be proudly displayed in gardens, patios, or any outdoor areas, adding a touch of natural beauty to the scenery.

Made from Hogla ( Typha elephantina Roxb. fiber) and upcycled cotton saree by Fair Trade artisans, located in the Saidpur region of Northern Bangladesh.

Each and every Birdhouse is unique and made up of different colours which reflect the upcycled nature of the different coloured saree that have been used in the weave. Please note that images shown are only an indication of what you can expect. 

Birdhouse Dimensions:

19cm height x 13cm diameter approx.

Tips to Encourage Birds to Nest in your Birdhouse:

Hollows of trees are the natural habitat for many species of fauna. In the absence of hollow bearing trees a Bird Roosting Pocket or a Small Bird Nesting Box can introduce a hollow to your garden to attract both birds and mammals. Whether a bird or other animal decides to visit your Bird Roosting Pocket depends on a variety of considerations. Here is some information and suggestions.

  • Animals will not forage too far from safety, so Bird Roosting Pockets should not be too far from food sources
  • We recommend not feeding wild animals and birds unless you have knowledge of the food that suits
  • Bird Roosting Pockets should be hung at least 3m from the ground, out of reach of dogs, cats and also humans
  • Place in an inconspicuous position, protected from the weather (cold, rain, direct heat from sun)
  • You can tell if a bird is nesting as you will see some signs such as extra twigs or debris
  • Avoid looking in the box, as it could lead to desertion
  • The Bird Roosting Pocket entrance holes are around 5 -7cm to suit smaller birds such as small parrots, lorikeets, tree martins, rufous treekeeper and owlet nightjar
  • Natural nest predators may prey but this is part of building up an ecosystem

Sources: Wildlife Notes, 1997 (CALM, WA)

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