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In the Press

Unique birdhouses and wild bird feeders from The Birdhouse Chick have been featured in these regional and national publications:

Birds & Blooms
October/November 2016

Birdhouses featured in Birds and Bloom magazine


Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine
July 2016

All the stylish birds know that copper is an upcoming home decor trend in 2016! This adorable bird feeder will grace your garden with an attractive pit stop for hungry birds. Copper Roof Bird Feeder  $189

Copper roof birdhouse featured in Atlanta Home Improvement magazine


Veranda Magazine
April 2016

Bird house featured in Veranda Magazine


Southern Living
September 2015

Copper roof birdhouse featured in Southern Living magazine


The Atlanta Journal Constitution
August 2015

Glass Butterfly FeedersFlowers: Some flower feeder options are locally made, such as Bird feeders featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution colorful feeders by Decatur Glassblowing. The glass feeders can hold water, and fruit or jelly for orioles and hummingbirds. They also attract butterflies.

Beth Wheeler, owner of the birdhouse chick said the outdoor living trend and humans’ organic need to interact with wildlife is fueling sales. She started her online boutique, based in Dallas, in 2008.

“When we first opened, bird feeders were popular, but now it’s a crazy-big trend,” she said. “People are so much more in tune with their outdoor spaces. It's quite an awesome turn that more folks are becoming aware of their environment.”


Birds & Blooms Extra Magazine
November 2012
Bird feeder featured in Birds and Bloom Extra magazine
Owl Fruit and Suet Bird Feeder
"Snack On a Stick" Use this cute feeder to skewer fruit or suet for your backyard guests. It's easy to handle and perfect for anyone with a soft spot for owls. About 17 inches tall, the owl fruit feeder is $19.50 at the birdhouse chick"

Note from the birdhouse chick: Suet is perfect for winter feeding as it really packs a punch with a high fat and calorie content, it greatly helps your resident birds in frigid weather. There's lots of easy suet recipes online to make your own, and a few more right here. Simply form into large balls for use with this groovy feeder, or square cakes for traditional cage-type suet feeders.


Birds & Blooms Magazine
August 2012
Butterfly house featured in Birds and Bloom
A Place to Call Home
The jury is still out on whether butterflies actually use butterfly houses (many experts say they don't), and we would agree... but with houses this gorgeous, who cares?

Dress up a garden space with one of these bright, copper trimmed structures, each is 16 inches tall. Get yours for $74 at


The Oregonian and
Home > Homes & Gardens > Earth-friendly gardening
Three bird feeders in budget, mid-range and investment price ranges

Retro birdhouse featured in The Oregonian magazineInvestment
Bird feeders don't get more stylish than this two-toned retro design. Five covered feeding ports surround a center seed well.

Retro Wild Bird Feeder shown in Raspberry with Purple Center, also available in Mustard with Olive and White with Black, $58.50 with standard shipping;


Her Nashville Magazine
Airstream birdhouse featured in Her Nashville magazine
Airstream Flyer
So you like birds, but only from afar?
Peep the aviary set from a distance with this wooden birdhouse airstream replica, The whimsical hand-carved-and painted birdhouse is made from renewable albesia wood and features a "window" for entry and exit, and the bottom hides a trap door for easy cleaning. Available for $45 at



Cobb Life Magazine
Birdhouse featured in Cobb magazine
"Some of the most unique birdhouses and bird feeders can be found online at On this site you'll find birdhouses shaped like cupcakes, old cars, pottery and cats. Right, Big Blue Jay Bird House, $45, is carved from albesia wood and hand painted with non-toxic paint."

Birdhouses featured in Cobb magazine