A: Hi, no there are no holes in the bottom at all. I've never seen a wooden birdhouse sold with a hole in the bottom for fitting on a pole, and such a hole would be a very unstable way to mount a birdhouse. You can go to a hardware store and buy a [plumbing dept.] pipe fitting that has screw holes in it's rim for attaching it to a surface, and a threaded hole in it's center that accepts the threaded end of a galvanized pipe, if your pole is a pipe with a threaded end. Most hardware stores can cut and thread a pipe for you. This birdhouse has two small nail holes predrilled in it's back board for easy mounting to a post.
A: No. I put mine on a tree using a screw
A: No, this brand does not have a metal screened bottom. You could add a screen above the wooden floor, but replacing the bottom would mean deconstructing the house, which is assembled with long staples. House does have four small drain holes drilled in the bottom board.
A: Hi, according to the card that comes attached to it, it's made in Dent County, Missouri, by a nonprofit organization founded in 1977, which employs 30 disabled people.
A: These houses are made in Missouri.
|Brand||S and K||S and K|
|Name||Decorative Blue Bird on Stump Design Cedar Blue Bird House||Decorative Home Tweet Home Cedar Blue Bird House||Backyard Expressions Cedar Wood Triangle Birdhouse with Cleanout Door||Snug Harbor Cottage Birdhouse|
|Mount Type||Surface Mount||Surface Mount||Hanging||Surface Mount|
|Bird Type||Blue Jays||Blue Jays||Multiple Bird Species||Multiple Bird Species|
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