Birds & Blooms Birdhouse and Feeder Auction
Bid high and bid often! All proceeds will go to benefit the National Wildlife Federation.
We're giving you the opportunity to add a unique feeder or birdhouse to your collection through our charity auction to benefit the National Wildlife Federation. We are offering FREE shipping on all birdhouse and feeders, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the National Wildlife Federation.
For a limited time, Birds & Blooms will donate $1 of every magazine subscription to to the NWF. Learn more here!
Bidding for these auctions will start on Monday, June 15 and end on Thursday, June 25.
Christine Grems of Houma, Louisiana made this bluebird birdhouse. Christine made the entire design out of heavy duty plastic, and it's specific to bluebird guidelines. Simply mount it on a post, and wait for the bluebirds to show up.
Bid on Christine's birdhouse now!
Doug Runter of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota made this clever birdhouse. You won't find another birdhouse quite like this one, as Doug used the natural holes of old wood for the entrance. With its twists and turns, it almost looks like something out of a fairytale.
Bid on Doug's birdhouse now!
Jenny Murphy and Lora Rini of Columbus, Ohio donated this gourd birdhouse. They created the colorful look of this birdhouse using a burning technique. Then it hangs by a decorative copper coil. To learn more about these two friends and their bird store, visit their Web site, Overbird.
Bid on Jenny and Lora's birdhouse now!
Danny Fairchild from Kingston, Georgia donated this unique "Tin Man" birdhouse. Danny made the majority of the birdhouse out of recycled cans and used a funnel as a hat. Our resident bird expert, George Harrison, recommends insulating this birdhouse if you plan to put it outside for feathered friends. This way, they won't overheat during nesting season!
Bid on Danny's birdhouse now!
Ramon Howell of Vinton, Virginia donated this log cabin birdhouse. Made of sturdy wood, Ramon created two nesting holes in this house. So the birds can have their choice during nesting season.
Bid on Ramon's birdhouse now!
Terrie and Bill Merritt donated this hummingbird sugar-water feeder. A similar feeder design, was featured in the June/July issue of Birds & Blooms
magazine. Bill created the feeder from a bottle and decorative copper and beading. To learn more about Bill and more of his unique creations, visit his Ozark Lake Web site.
Bid on Terrie and Bill's bird feeder now!
Robert Heslop of Warner, New Hampshire donated this log cabin birdhouse. Robert made similar birdhouses for a group of 1st graders in conjunction with an Earth Day project they did. Robert will be featured in an upcoming issue of Birds & Blooms
magazine, so keep an eye out!
Bid on Robert's birdhouse now!