New Backyard Birding Website and Blog Has Bird Lovers Cheeping

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Thebirdcrest.com is a brand new website that seeks to become a resource for bird lovers looking for all the essential backyard bird supplies. Website founder Laura Allen sat down to discuss her website, as well as the recent addition of a new blog where she intends to share her ideas and insights with other bird lovers.

On the blog, I'll be offering helpful hints to deal with common problems like squirrels and predator birds

Thebirdcrest.com is a brand new website that seeks to become a resource for bird lovers looking for all the essential backyard bird supplies. Website founder Laura Allen sat down to discuss her website, as well as the recent addition of a new blog where she intends to share her ideas and insights with other bird lovers.

"I remember when I was growing up, my dad loved woodworking, and he built all kinds of bird houses and bird feeders for our backyard," said Laura Allen. "That was a long time ago, and when the things he built started to fall apart, I started looking for replacements."

Allen is the founder of http://www.TheBirdCrest.com, a new website offering all the finest backyard bird supplies selected by Allen herself.

"When I started looking for replacements for my dad's bird houses and bird feeders, I noticed a real lack of good workmanship in the models I found," said Allen. "One of the main reasons I wanted a website was to provide first rate bird supplies with good workmanship."

While Allen's website now offers an extensive selection of first rate wooden bird feeders, bird houses, and bird house pedestals, she has plans to expand in the near future. "I'll be adding bird baths soon, and I also plan to add owl houses, bat houses and butterfly houses at some point."

In order to better communicate with her customers, Allen launched a new blog at http://www.TheBirdQuest.com to complement her website.

"On the blog, I'll be offering helpful hints to deal with common problems like squirrels and predator birds," said Allen. "I also have a lot of unique knowledge about different aspects of birding, like hummingbird feeders for example, a lot of people don't know that, just like an infant, hummingbird feeders need to be burped, because during hot and cold weather an airlock can build up inside and prevent the hummingbirds from feeding."

Allen strives to keep her website as down to earth as possible, offering products that are well built, cost efficient and above all, loved by birds. "People can be comfortable shopping on the website because all the products are first rate, and I go the extra mile to make the merchandise and the shipping affordable."

About the Company:
http://www.TheBirdCrest.com is owned and operated by bird enthusiast Laura Allen.

Laura Allen
http://www.TheBirdCrest.com
(509) 280-3199

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