are the most
homes for birds
has ever seen.
These one of a kind houses are
scientifically proven bird habitats;
they spark your imagination,
and shelter wild birds
...As of July 10, 2014...
We are in full swing at the Museum, and got sold out again last weekend! Come on in and see what all the fuss is about...
Given Back Bird Houses
1300 Bay Street... on the Siuslaw River & next to the Gazebo park
in Historic Old Town Florence, Oregon
Fridays 10am - 6pm
Saturdays 10am - 6pm
Sundays 11am - 5pm
Stop in and watch us make our artwork, while you wander through an indoor forest, full of one of a kind & hand made wonders.
April Nesting Reports are as follows (In May & June we got too many to list yet. Hopefully I can update it soon.):
*First of all, Native European Sparrow residents began nesting in our customized Given Back Chalet on the island of Aero, off of the south Danish coast. 4/17/14
*Second, our barked Given Back Alpine got a Eurasian Nuthatch family living on an estate on the Northwest outskirts of London. 4/19/14
*In Corvallis, Oregon, our double bird house commissioned poetry pole, The PoeTree, got Chickadees living in the bird house facing the Coho Village. 4/20/14
*Also, we got nesting news from a property perched on the edge of the river in the protected Columbia River Gorge that their newly hung Given Back Chalet is home to an unidentified bird family already. 4/20/14
*We also heard from the children down the street here in Florence on Easter morning - they got to witness birds going in and out of their Given Back Flat Top bird house. 4/20/14
*In our own yard, we have Chickadees at our bedroom window in a Given Back End-Piece.
She's currently sitting on eggs and getting periodically fed by her partner. Our Winter Wrens already had their traditional 1 early brood in our Flat Top again, and then left for the summer. The
nesting Kinglets I have told many of you about are being very secretive right now. We think she's close to fledging the babies, starting any day now. 4/21/14
This 2014 photo was taken by Donna Morse of Corvallis, in February, of a Given Back Fairy Door Suet Feeder during the winter storms.
Next Drawing: Dec 1, 2014
Enter all of your great photographs taken in 2014, of any Given Back product built in any year 2009-2014, and get your chance to win a FREE Given Back bird house. The winner will get to decide between an Alpine or Flat-Top style to be sent to anyone, anywhere in the U.S.A. during the month of December.
Note: In 2013, Dan & Dina Pavlis of Florence, Oregon WON a FREE Alpine Style Given Back bird house! They chose to keep it in their
Wedding & Anniversary Specialty Gifts
Many of our clients celebrate special unions with a personalized bird habitat. Different from other elegant gifts, a Given Back Bird House keeps on giving, when the birds move in and raise successful families inside. The newlyweds think of you each time they see the bird house in their garden, and feel the bond of their love through watching life happen together.