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Scrub-jays figured out how to get the eggs in my old eavebox design so I built a new one that is jay-proof and so far it works. Can’t wait till the finches eggs hatch.


Nests in boxes

House Finch Nest In Eavebox V2

3 responses to “House finch nest in eavebox v2”

  1. Robyn Bailey, NestWatch Project Leader says:

    Interesting design! Would you be willing to share the plans with us? Fingers crossed they are successful!

  2. Ethan says:

    I don’t have any plans for the eavebox right now because I made it out of random wood scraps I had. I can once the birds fledge, take the box down and write down the plans/dimensions for it on a piece of paper. And email it or post a picture of it once it’s done.

  3. Robyn Bailey says:

    Thanks, Ethan. While House Finches don’t technically need a box, I’m sure there are many people who would like to offer them a safer place to nest, especially with predatory birds figuring out the commonly-used places. You can email us any details at Cheers!

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