San Francisco de Asis Mission
This is the Mr. Bird version of the famous Spanish mission located in Taos, New Mexico.
The mission was founded in 1772 by the Franciscans, was often painted by Georgia O’Keeffe, and is considered one of the most photographed missions in the world.
Delicious and delectable premium birdseed, nuts, and fruit coat this durable wooden bird house. Once the seed is consumed the birds may nest in this house for many seasons to come.
What to expect:
The seed may attract; sparrows, doves, chickadees, cardinals, titmice, finches, jays, and numerous other seed eating birds.
Wrens, chickadees, titmice, woodpeckers, sparrows, and other birds may use the house for nesting once the seed is gone.
For feeding hang the house from a tree limb or hanger near your favorite window so that you may enjoy the birds as they come to feed. As with all bird seed, best results will be obtained when protected from rain and squirrels.
For nesting hang the house in a secluded part of the yard or mount it to a post or tree trunk six to ten feet from the ground. Many birds prefer that their house not swing in the wind.