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8 great birdhouses

These shelters and feeders are good for the birds--and they’ll look swell in your backyard.

1 “PITCH” BIRDHOUSE in recycled plastic by Loll Designs, $79 at G Green Design Center, North Market, Mashpee Commons, Mashpee, 508-477-7988, ggreendesign.com

2 HANGING BIRDHOUSE in ceramic by MD+A, $135 at the Store at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, 781-259-8692, decordova.org

3 THE “BIRD” HOUSE in sustainably grown pine, $32 at Coveside Conservation Products, 23 Evergreen Drive, Portland, Maine, 207-774-7606, coveside.com

4 CEDAR TRADITIONAL WREN HOUSE by WoodLink, $24 at the Audubon Shop, Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, 208 South Great Road, Lincoln, 781-259-2214, massaudubon.org

5 THREE-COMPARTMENT BIRDHOUSE (each is unique) in reclaimed wood by Scott Bradford, $95 to $115 at New England Everyday Goods, 14-20 Depot Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 603-924-0498, newenglandeverydaygoods.com

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6 “GOING GREEN” ORIOLE FEEDER in recycled plastic by WoodLink, $26 at the Audubon Shop, Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary

7 “GLOBE” BIRD HOME from the Mango Tree Collection by Byer of Maine, $29.95 online, byerofmaine.com

8 “NIDO” BIRD FEEDER HOUSE in stainless steel by Blomus, $88 at Lekker, 1317 Washington Street, Boston, 877-753-5537, lekkerhome.com