Stovall Squirrel House

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Stovall Squirrel House

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Product Summary:

Stovall Squirrel House

This Stovall Squirrel House is perfectly designed to enhance the appeal of your garden, while keeping the squirrels happy! Infuse a touch of elegance to your landscape by bringing home one of these sturdy wildlife houses. These are created from high quality materials to provide a secure and comfortable shelter to various creatures of your garden. Bring one these products home and treat yourself to amazing sights and sounds of the wildlife.

Product Features:

  • It is assembled with stainless steel and dichromate plated hardware.
  • Made from western red cedar.
  • The house provides shelter to squirrels in harsh weather conditions.
  • Totally hand crafted in Michigan.


Item Specifications:

Weight:
12 lbs

Construction:
Western red cedar construction

Item Number Model Number UPC
G40522 SP16H 894259002812

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I rehab baby squirrels and always release them with a nesting box to avoid territorial fighting. The box is in their release cage so they get use to it, and then I move it to a tree.
Kirsteen S on Mar 28, 2017
I rehab baby squirrels and always release them with a nesting box to avoid territorial fighting. The box is in their release cage so they get use to it, and then I move it to a tree.
Kirsteen S on Mar 28, 2017