With spring just around the corner, set up a birdhouse in preparation for all of the avian visitors that will be flying by.

By Sydney Hershman
March 23, 2016
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Although inspired by a mobile home, this camper can be a permanent spot for all of your feathery friends. To buy: $65, jumahl.etsy.com.
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Vintage Camper Birdhouse

Although inspired by a mobile home, this camper can be a permanent spot for all of your feathery friends.

To buy: $65, jumahl.etsy.com.

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Reclaimed Wood Birdhouse

This geometric piece is simple and petite and will blend right in among the foliage of your garden.

To buy: $55, christopheroriginal.etsy.com.

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1960’s Diner Bird Feeder

Birds can dine (and dash) all day long from this shaded redwood feeder that is designed to mimic a 1960’s cafeteria.

To buy: $85, midcenturywoodshop.etsy.com.

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Craftsman Birdhouse - The Camera Shutter

This clean-lined, two-tone home offers a visually stimulating architectural perch to leave hanging from the porch.

To buy: $95, twigandtimber.etsy.com.

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Copper Bird House

This six-sided red oak birdhouse has a copper roof that will develop a beautiful patina over time.

To buy: $95, beegracious.etsy.com.

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Minimalist Mid-Century Modern Birdhouse

This angular object will look more like an artistic sculpture than a birdhouse in your backyard.

To buy: For a similar product, $79, go to etsy.com.