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  1. a wooden roof that features tiny, hand-split, pre-weathered cedar shakes. As the artist says, “This house is over-the-top as far as detail. It features hand split shakes, hand pointed and laid stone walls, and a full cedar casing on the inside. It’s entirely functional and tough as nails…but you would not see the detail if it was perched high enough for the birds to find it attractive. It’s your decision though! Bowing to the beauty of wet stones, I have sealed the house with a higher gloss cement sealer which makes the stones look wet all the time.” $125.

  2. Hallelujah Houses Give the birds their own place to break bread with a charming church birdhouse, reminiscent of a small country church.


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