Woman Builds Elaborate Houses For Her Little Bird Visitors

Jada Fitch is an illustrator that lives in Portland, Maine. She is also someone who has a love of birds, and she shows that love by building houses for her feathered friends. Fitch uses the windows at her home to attach the tiny houses so she gets a better view of them. She also takes the opportunity to take some pictures and videos of the birds as they visit.

The little houses are not up all day long. They don’t keep out the water and it’s easy for squirrels to get to them. Fitch only puts them up for a few hours daily, but there are permanent birdfeeders in her backyard. Take a look at some of her tiny creations below.

I love to write and it keeps me busy. I've been working online, full time since 1999.

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