Wakefield Premium Birdhouses Small Winter Roost/Shelter Box

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  • SHELTER FROM RAIN AND SNOW: Protects birds from the elements such as rain and snow. The cedar wood weathers to a darker, more natural color that blends in the with the environment and efficiently absorbs heat, insulating resting birds. This also helps camouflage the bird shelter to keep it safe from predators, while the slate guard over the entrance hole keeps squirrels and other small animals from eating it away to get inside.
  • MOST COMMONLY ATTRACTS: Species of birds that use roosting boxes include wrens, chickadees, nuthatches, titmice and bluebirds.
  • 6 OR MORE BIRDS: The front panel of each house opens for observation and easy cleaning after the birds have moved out for the season. Each house has 3 internal perches and can accommodate 6 or more birds.
  • MADE FROM ALL NATURAL WOOD: Made of only the finest, sustainably-grown Eastern White Pine Wood. Eastern White Pine is an ideal material for bird houses because it provides superior insulation during the summer and winter months while remaining light in weight and easy to hang.
  • PAIR WITH WAKEFIELD PEANUTS: One of the best winter snacks for birds is our Wakefield Virginia Peanuts, which provide protein and essential fatty acids to help birds pack on weight for the winter months. Our Wakefield Virginia Peanuts are available for purchase here on Monroe Systems.

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Our story

How we got our start?
Wakefield Peanut Company began more than 150 years ago when the first commercial peanut crop in the United States was grown a few miles west of our location. For over 40 years, our family-owned business in Wakefield, Virginia, has produced some of the finest peanuts and animal shelters available.
What makes our product unique?
All of our animal shelters are hand-crafted using sustainably-grown Eastern White Pine Wood. Eastern White Pine is an ideal material for our houses & feeders because it provides superior insulation during the summer and winter months while remaining light in weight and easy to hang.
Why we love what we do?
Our passion stems from our upbringing. We are farmers. We are builders. We are wildlife enthusiasts. And we enjoy the simpler things in life. We love animals and we spread happiness.

Product Description

Key Features

Wakefield Birdhouse Small Winter Roost swivel front

Inside look at Wakefield Birdhouse Small Winter Roost/Shelter

Closer look at the slate predator guard for the Small Winter Roost

Swivel-Out Front

Having trouble opening your birdhouse? The entire front face of our Winter Roost Box swivels out for easy seasonal cleaning or simple check-ins. Before opening, make sure that any bird residents have moved on before tampering with the inside.

3 Perches Inside

Perches are very helpful for birds. They allow them to have a solid grip inside their home so that they can play and clean their beaks to maintain proper grooming habits. This shelter box provides a cozy retreat for birds in the wintertime or for those trying to avoid any harsh weather.

Slate Predator Guard

Birds need a safe place to hide away during the wintertime. To make sure that no other predator can get in, this Wakefield birdhouse features a slate predator guard that prevents squirrels or other predators from chewing away the wooden entrance hole.

Bird in the winter looking for a Roosting Box

What's the Difference Between a Roosting Box and a Birdhouse?


  • More spacious - While birdhouses have room for one mother bird and her hatchlings, roosting boxes have space for multiple birds at one time.
  • Not intended for nest building - Roosting boxes provide shelter from predators, low temperatures, and poor weather for multiple birds at once.
  • Lower entrance hole - To keep the box warm for birds inside, the lower access point prevents heat from escaping the roosting box as easily as it would in a typical birdhouse.
  • Interior perches - Since roosting boxes intend to house more than one bird, perches create room for birds to spread out a little bit without being smothered.
  • Slate guard - Other animals may want to find a way into the roosting box! To prevent this, a slate guard reinforces the entrance so that no other animal can chew the opening any larger.


Wakefield Peanuts pair well with the Small Winter Roost/Shelter Box

Quickly Attract New Birds with Our Wakefield Virginia Peanuts

Want to attract birds to your birdhouse? Pair this product with a bag of our Wakefield Virginia Peanuts!

Shelled peanuts are a high energy food that are a great source of protein and fatty acids for our flying friends.

Layout the welcome mat for this Winter Roost by placing peanuts inside or near its location!

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