New Web Site is Definitely for the Birds

Share Article is a new online store that offers handsomely unique bird houses and bird feeders for any outdoor décor style, bringing their rustic cottage industry to the world via the World Wide Web.

There's something peaceful and relaxing about watching a bird in flight. For some it is the sense of freedom for a creature gliding in defiance of gravity, and for others it is the remarkable patterns running from feather to feather. Whatever the cause, it often leads to the installation of bird houses or bird feeders in one's yard, attracting these feathered fliers to provide hours of idle bird watching.

For Lelia Higgins, this sounded like an opportunity.

"I've enjoyed birds all my life," says Lelia, owner of the recently-opened "I felt it would be interesting and fun to have a web site, and I found a selection of hilarious and fantastic bird houses. I thought that was a good fit." For Lelia, has become a good fit indeed. The newly-created web site offers a fine selection of items, from rustic wooden bird houses to sleek and stylish bird feeders, with enough variety to match any décor. Whether a buyer is looking to complement their Greek-décor garden or a country picnic set, is able to oblige.

"Where I grew up, we had quite a few birds," says Lelia, whose love of the feathered creatures is lifelong. "I like the robins and blue buntings, but I'm most fond of our hummingbird feeders. My favorite, though, is a cowboy rooster birdhouse, and I think he's hilarious -- his boots move."

Lelia Higgins certainly isn't alone in her love of birds, but her site stands alone as a source of clever and attractive bird houses. Frequently considered the purview of corner stores and craft shops, Lelia has taken that extra step to put online for a larger audience. She has also utilized the latest technology to creat a blog, , allowing her customers to interact with her directly and help make a place for bird lovers to congregate. That's one idea that's truly for the birds.


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