Purple Martin Bird Houses for Sale
Despite being the largest swallow in North America, the purple martin still flies gracefully and quickly through the air. For birders, the purple martin is a pleasure to have frequent a backyard! Purple martins are welcomed to the backyard as they consume flying insects readily! Due to the popularity of purple martins with birders, many purple martins have adapted easily to an artificial birdhouse.
A purple martin birdhouse should be a light neutral or pastel color – all of the purple martin houses at Wild Beaks are favorable homes for this species to nest in. Likely colonies of purple martins will return to the same nesting box each year, so do your best to prepare your space for this species. Keep your backyard free from predators; station the purple martin birdhouses significantly away from trees, roof tops, fences and other launching spots. Check the boxes frequently to ensure no predators are invading the space. Avoid replacing your purple martin birdhouses drastically or suddenly; the birds like familiarity.
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