Williamsburg Bird Bottle

Williamsburg Bird Bottle


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Colonial Williamsburg Bird Bottle

American colonists in Williamsburg, Virginia, hung clay jugs and bottles near their houses so that birds would nest inside. In exchange for shelter, hungry birds provided free pest control by eating bothersome insects. This earthenware Bird Bottle is still made by hand in Williamsburg, and part of the proceeds from your purchase will go to the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

  • 18th-century pest control for the 21st century!
  • Attracts wrens, swallows, other small birds to your yard.
  • Mounts on a single nail from tree, house siding or under eaves.
  • Cut a twig and slip it into the front loop for a perch!

    Product Details

  • 8-1/2" H
  • Handmade from earthenware
  • Made in USA