Eastern Phoebe Nesting
originally nested on shelves in rocky ravines
that are partially sheltered from above. Today,
they often nest in or around human habitations.
Phoebes may build their mud and grass nests
inside or under the eaves of barns and sheds;
they favor the undersides of bridges and
culverts. This simple nesting perch may be placed
under the eaves, inside a garage or barn, or on
the side of a building. It offers protection from
elements and requires no maintenance.
Visit Shaw Creek
Bird Supply to see our Eastern
Phoebe Nesting Perch.
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