Wooden Bluebird House
By Ralston “Hop” Edwards
Roof measures 10″ x 7.25″ x .75″.
Body of house measures 9″ x 5.5″ x 6″.
Mounting panel measures 15″ x 5.5″ at widest.
Details matter when you are attracting bluebirds, and these bluebird houses handmade by local woodcarver Hop Edwards have all the right features!
The features include:
Proper sized entrance hole for Bluebirds.
Access door (with a helpful dowel handle) for easy annual cleaning.
Vent holes on the top side for cooling and air circulation.
Drain space on the bottom to keep interior dry.
Interior toe ladder for fledlings.
Metal bracket and bolts for pole or fence mounting.
Drill holes for wood mounting.
Hop has gained acclaim and recognition as a South Jersey wildfowl artist using the medium of wood. He served as a resident carver here at WheatonArts for eight years. We are grateful to offer his bluebird houses as an expanded focus. Each birdhouse is signed and dated.