Someone Made a Medieval Birdhouse Castle and It's Basically a Work of Art

Date Published: 09/15/2021 8:56 AM

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It’s the final season of Game of Thrones, the Night King and his army of the dead are approaching Winterfell. The legendary castle, home of the Stark family had never been breached and Jon Snow with his commanders were to ensure that it remains that way. In the end, humanity won thanks to Arya Stark sticking a dagger to the night king and the castle prevailed, not even a single scratch. The Starks stood together and their legendary phrase came to fruition, “When the Snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives.”  Now, how about a handcrafted birdhouse castle that resembles Winterfell, the impenetrable castle and Stark stronghold. 

Castle Flock is five birdhouses in one big and epic bird castle. It’s a castle that has taken a lot of time and effort to finalize and make it the masterpiece it is. The whole thing took a whole month of careful craftsmanship to get it up. It’s handmade to perfection and the materials used include plywood, paint, glue, screws, hardware, dowels, hot glue, epoxy, and poly. The standard of quality of the materials used can be seen in the final product. A sturdy and large birdhouse that a bird family would love, it would be their impenetrable fortress. 

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

An epic bird sanctuary, the four towers are all birdhouses and the middle section as well. It has sconces, little flags, perches, and a non-opening front gate. The tops of the towers and the middle chamber can be removed for occasional cleaning. It is a massive birdhouse that nesters like the Purple Martins will find appealing, stake a claim, and start nesting.

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

"A lot of blood and sweat went into this and I would keep it were it not for the lack of space in my yard. My friends have been inquiring about it but I honestly don’t want to give it away and get envious every time I see it."

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

"It was a fun birdhouse to make and I didn’t expect the final piece to be this large and amazing. The price of the birdhouse includes shipping in the continental United States. To be honest, I will not be making any profit from the sale of this epic birdhouse castle. I just want to recoup the cost of the materials used."

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

"Everything is in place and I’m really proud of how it came out, in another universe, I would keep it but the circumstances now don’t allow me."

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

To the lucky person who gets this birdhouse, I hope you’ll send me pictures of the whole thing once birds start nesting on it. I would love to see how it looks like with a bird family settled in. The finishing is amazing and appealing, there is no doubt birds will be attracted to it in no time.

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

Once the birds are settled in, it’s advisable not to do the occasional cleaning because you might scare them away. You can throw in cereals that are tiny in nature like rice in the birdhouse and the birds would love such a treat. Maybe the birds will even start getting friendly to you, Tony Soprano style.

Medieval Birdhouse Castle
Credit: WinesWoodWorks

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