Two Birds in a Pod was born of my passion for birds, nature, art and the Pacific Northwest. I build all the birdhouses at home using reclaimed wood, driftwood, tree branches, twigs, rocks, real moss, fungi, and lichen that are responsibly harvested and naturally preserved. I hand carve all the flowers, cattails, mushrooms, tree faces and creatures displayed, out of cedar branches or driftwood. I strive to build visually unique designs that have a personality of their own. My birdhouses are handcrafted following the Cornell Lab of Ornithology guidelines, providing a proper and safe environment for the birds. Each entrance hole is sized to suite specifics birds. Most of them are built with the small backyard songbirds of the Pacific Northwest in mind, but they are actually suitable for all small songbirds. The 1 1/4” diameter holes used are ideal for all small bird varieties like: Nuthatches, chickadees, titmouse, house wrens, juncos, warblers, finches, and more.
I hope you enjoy my birdhouses, and definitely hope you find one you love and feel connected to, and can share with your friends and family!