Thursday, March 24, 2011


J Crabbit from Portland Maine is the winner of our Spring Giveaway.
Please contact us

Sunday, March 13, 2011


Nesting birds such as wrens, chickadees, and finches prefer to be secluded when raising their young. By providing bridhouses that are away from busy spots in your yard such as bird feeders, foot traffic, and bird baths; these birds will thrive in your yard and feel safe to build a nest, mate and raise their young.

Thursday, March 10, 2011


To qualify for our spring give-a-way please:

1. Sign up and become a follower.

2. Leave a comment on this post and increase your chances of winning.

We are giving away this primitive Three Hole Birdhouse valued at $30.00. The birdhouse has three separate compartments. The entry holes are 1 1/4" in diameter with floor nails below each hole for the birds to use as a perch. There are three 2 1/2" rusty stars below each entry hole, a wire on top for hanging, and the bottom removes for easy cleaning. The birdhouse has been painted a sunny yellow with a black painted roof and base and measures approx. 16" long by 6" wide by 7 1/2" tall.

Give-a-way ends 03/23/2011. The winner will be randomly selected on 03/24/2011. We will announce the winner on our blog. Winner has 48 hours to notify us by e-mail or another winner will be drawn. Shipping will be paid by Birdhouse Accents. Entries limited to the USA continental 48 states.

Good Luck Everyone!

Saturday, March 5, 2011


Black-eyed Susans are not only a beautiful flower but a flower that birds enjoy. The black seed heads in the center of these flowers are a great source of seed-eating for house finches, chickadees, and goldfinches.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011


To keep fallen birdseed from germinating you can do one of two things:

Add a thick layer of mulch beneath the feeder


bake sunflower and other seeds in a 250 degree oven for ten minutes