We're going to have articles about the new recycled birdfeeders and birdhouses, plus other great tips on baffling squirrels and how to make your backyard certified by the National Wildlife Federation
Dallas, GA (PRWEB) February 14, 2009
When people think birdhouses, they think of boring, common items constantly seen online. But thanks to keen eye and style of independent business owner, Beth Wheeler, drab birdhouses and feeders can be a thing of the past.
Wheeler's website, http://www.TheBirdhouseChick.com, has been working its way up to becoming one of the leading birdhouse resources in the last seven months.
"When I started this site, it was on a shoestring budget," began Wheeler, "but I've been an avid birder for 20 years. I wanted to have birdhouses that are fun and functional. It's also a good way to highlight independent artists and smaller manufacturers."
Decorative bird houses in the shape of cats, birds and cupcakes can be found on Wheeler's site, as well as fantastic birdfeeders styled to look like women with beehive hairdos and mini front porch swings. TheBirdhouseChick.com also has a selection of innovative bird baths to compliment their unique birdhouses and feeders.
Wheeler is already looking at adding more inimitable designs for the Birdhouse Chick's catalog.
"I often go to craft shows and fairs to seek new artists," she said.
TheBirdhouseChick.com has also added a great new feature in the form of a new informational blog.
"We're going to have articles about the new recycled birdfeeders and birdhouses, plus other great tips on baffling squirrels and how to make your backyard certified by the National Wildlife Federation," Wheeler said of http://www.UniqueBirdhouseBoutique.com. "There are many hints that we can share, all of which will be helpful in maintaining the health of birds that may visit your backyard."
While many people recall birdhouses to be a bit on the drab side, TheBirdhouseChick.com is changing the way that Americans look at backyard bird accessories. For once, birds can thrive and enjoy fully functional items that can truly enhance the backyard environment.
About the Company:
The Birdhouse Chick is owned and operated by Beth Wheeler.
(866) 478 8265