This bird house is sized to attract, in my Midwestern American region at least, House Finches, Sparrows, and Chickadees.
It’s made of a lightweight wood, as befits the modest price point. The front panel swings out at the bottom in order to give access for cleaning out the abandoned nest after the chicks have fledged. There are two holes for attaching the house to a post. One, at the top center of the rear panel, can be seen in the product photography. The other is in the center of the rear panel and can be accessed with a screwdriver when the front panel has been swung into its open position.
As far as these details go, it’s a serviceable product at a good price. What sets this house apart from others, as the title of the product suggests, is the artistry applied to its outside appearance. The attractive red roof has a beveled appearance around its edges. And the front panel sports the signature flower painting (Daisies, I think).
The cumulative impact is both whimsical and winning, and earns this product its fifth star, in this reviewer’s eyes.
I’ll hold on to my Retro Painted Board House until a forthcoming move to Connecticut and see whether New England birds enjoy it as much as I do.
This product was shipped to me in return for an honest review.