Enchanted Bird House
Our partner is a social development nongovernmental organization committed to the development and empowerment of community–based Filipino artisans. They provide marginalized artisans with export promotion and marketing assistance. Locally, they link artisans with government or nongovernmental agencies supporting the handicraft industry. They administer programs that have reached out to various sectors of the society such as the disabled, indigenous groups, urban poor and rural poor communities. Currently our partner works with more than 600 active artisans nationwide.
With every item purchased with us, a tree is planted in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
Birdhouses have been part of Western culture for hundreds of years in both North America and Europe. Over the centuries baskets and clay pottery were used as the initial birdhouses in Europe while birch bark was used in North America. The first use of man-made birdhouses in history was around the 15th - 16th century. In Turkey, birdhouses were built for sparrows and swallows during the pre-Ottoman period. They were made of bricks, tiles, wood, stone and mortar.
Details + Dimensions
6" square x 11" high
not suitable for prolonged outdoor use
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preserve art forms and cultures
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