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It is specially designed for birds, with metal edge openings for easy entry and exit of birds.
Provide a resting place for the birds, and give your pets and birds a great gift.
Use high-quality wooden materials, soft texture, moisture-proof and durable.
Provide a warm and comfortable resting place for the birds to keep your birds warm.
The hanging bird house is exquisite in workmanship, elegant in color and easy to use.
Condition: 100% brand new
Project Type: Bird House
Application: Used to keep birds warm
Product size: approx. 15*10*9cm
Weight: approx. 275 g / 9.7 oz
1*Bird house (excluding other things)
Please note that due to the difference in lighting and computer monitors, we cannot guarantee that the actual color is 100% the same as the picture.
Due to different measurement methods, there may be an error of 1-2 cm.
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