Barrow's Goldeneye House

House sizeInterior floor 10" x 10"
Entrance hole size 3"x4"
Recommended height above ground between 10 and 20 ft or 6 ft' over water
Made from cedar
About the birds:
LocatedNorthwestern North America, but also in scattered locations in eastern Canada and Iceland
Habitatwooded lakes and ponds
DescriptionAdult males have a dark head with a purplish gloss and a white crescent at the front of the face, sides, breast, belly, and secondaries bright white, back, wings, and tail black, eyes golden yellow
Adult females have a short, triangular mostly yellow bill, head chocolate brown, back, wings, and tail slate gray, flanks, belly, and breast white, eyes pale yellow to white.
FoodAquatic insects, crustaceans and pond vegetation.
SizeLength: 17 to 19 in (40-48 cm)
Wingspan: 30-33 in (77-83 cm)
Weight: 21 to 34 ounces (600-1300 grams)
NotesFemales return to the same breeding sites year after year and also tend to use the same nesting sites. The males stay with their mate through the winter and defend their territory during the breeding season, then leave for the molting site. Mating pairs often stay intact even though the male and female are apart for long periods of time over the summer during molting times. The pair then reunites at wintering areas.
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Length:10  in(25.4 cm)
Width:10  in(25.4 cm)
Height:24  in(61 cm)

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