Mountain Chickadee House

House sizeInterior floor 4" x 4"
Entrance hole size 1 1/8"
Recommended height above ground between 4 and 15 ft
Made from cedar
About the birds:
LocatedWestern Canada and the United States
HabitatDry, mountainous forests of the West
DescriptionBlack cap joining a black postocular stripe behind distinctive white stripe over the eye
Backs and flanks are gray
Paler gray underparts
Short black bill
Black bib
FoodInsects during the summer and breeding season; conifer seeds and other plant seeds are taken throughout the year
SizeLength: 5 to 6 in (14 cm)
Wingspan: 7 1/2 to 8 in (19-22 cm)
Weight: 1/3 to 1/2 ounce (9-14 grams)
NotesThe Mountain Chickadee is one of the most common birds of the Western montane coniferous forests. The nest cup of a Mountain Chickadee is molded in fur and then plugged with looser fur. The unincubated eggs are covered with the fur plug while the female is not in the nest.
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Length:8  in(20.3 cm)
Width:8  in(20.3 cm)
Height:15  in(38.1 cm)


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