Email: dmckennahawaii@gmail.com
Call me at 716-289-6520 (Leave a message if I don't pick up, I have gone back to work and may be unable to pick up your call.)
This Web Site was designed and produced
by Dave McKenna. Last update, Sept. 14, 2018
Testimonials
Find Me At These 2018 Craft Shows
Lewiston Garden Festival - June 16 & 17, 2018
Canal Fest -
July 21 & 22, 2018
Olcott Community Craft Festival
- August 4, 2018
Pendleton Farm Days - August 17 & 18, 2018
Lewiston Harvest Festival - September 22 & 23, 2018
Contact Me

mast

Bat Houses
single
Single Wren Houses are "nesting boxes" for most types of wrens, chickadees, nuthatch and downy woodpeckers. This year I have three styles to select from. The houses are solidly built using construction grade hot glue, nails and screws. All roofs are cedar and are removable for seasonal cleaning. Basically the only differences are the cork trim and the type of wood used. Most mount on a post, some to a wall (flatback). [Click here for what I've got.]
multiple
Multiple Room Birdhouses may be stacked on top of each other or side-by-side, or both! Their size and mutiple roof lines make them a very attractive addition to any yard.  The roof(s) are made of cedar and are removable for easy seasonal cleaning. There is also a removable floor between levels. These houses are intended to be mounted on a 4"x4" post using the included mounting plate.
[Click here to see what I have.]
hanging
Hanging Wren Houses are nesting boxes for most types of wrens, chickadees, nuthatch, titmouse and downy woodpeckers. The houses are solidly built using construction grade hot glue, nails and screws. All roofs are removable for seasonal cleaning by removing two locking pins. The houses include all hanging hardware. Each house uses a "balancer", generally a bed post or table leg to lessen shaking while hanging, for the bird's comfort. [Click here for swinging images.]
blue title
Bluebird Houses are for bluebirds and swallows.  All roofs are removable for seasonal cleaning by removing one front locking pin. Basically the only differences are the cork trim and the type of wood used. Bluebird houses have a flat back and mount on a post or side, or on the side of building or tree.  A blurbird house is easy to recognize because there is larger hole and no perch. [Click here to see the lineup.]
feeder
Hanging Bird Feeders range in size from 14"-24” tall.  I use artificial (rubber/plastic) corks for the feeders and are more durable to our buddies the squirrels. The center section of the roof is removable allowing you to pour in the bird seed. The feeder is made of barnwood or cedar. A balancer is attached to the bottom of the house, to reduce vibrations. Hanging hardware is included. [Click here to see what's hanging around.]
butterfly
Butterfly Houses. Your garden must have the correct plants in order to attract butterflys, like China asters, bee balm, blanket flowers, milkweed and corn flowers. Originally butterfly houses were developed as hybernation boxes. The determination was that the butterfly has its own method of reproduction that works much better. The newer use is as a decoration in your garden. A section of tree bark on the inside back wall is used to attract butter-flys to come in for a nibble. I suggest to you that they make a cute decoration in your garden, but don't count on butterflys using them much.  [Click here to see what colors I have.]