We’ve had some questions about the best way to apply the 2-way mirror that comes with the My Spy Birdhouse. If you do have any questions or have had any problems with the application, please watch this video.
The My Spy Birdhouse is a see through birdhouse that lets you spy inside without disturbing the birds. It has a crystal clear acrylic window that gives you the perfect window into the secret life of birds. The My Spy Birdhouse attaches to any glass window using all-weather suction cups that are strong enough for all year around. It is the perfect size for typical backyard bird species including wren, nuthatches and chickadees. The My Spy Birdhouse even has a front perch for birds that like to hang out.
The My Spy Birdhouse offers a safe and comfortable home for birds to raise their young and, with a little bit of patience, you can peek inside their world and witness the miracle of nature. This unique birdhouse teaches kids how to observe and not disturb. It can also keep birdwatchers of all ages entertained.
The My Spy Birdhouse comes with a detachable 2-way mirror so you can see in, but the birds can’t see out. It also includes an indoor hanging privacy curtain card and the front perch. Right now the My Spy Birdhouse also comes with a BONUS Up-Close Bird Feeder. To learn more about the My Spy Birdhouse – or to place an order – visit the official My Spy Birdhouse website.
Melissa, of Parent Palace, says she and her family love bird watching. “My whole family was excited to receive the newest addition to our bird watching collection, The My Spy Birdhouse.”
Her review of the birdhouse discussed weather conditions, the suction cups and double-sided tape included with the My Spy Birdhouse. “These instructions were very easy to follow and the set up was a cinch” she goes on to say. “They really thought of everything, from the Do Not Disturb curtain to the list inside that shows which insert to use to attract which variety of birds.”
Melissa then discusses some of her yard’s regular visitors, chickadees. “I have a lot of chickadees in my yard constantly eating from my feeders” she says. “I feel like when it is Springtime and they are ready to have their babies they will be most likely to move into the My Spy Birdhouse.”
Read Melissa’s full My Spy Birdhouse review on Parent Palace
Review site, MaPaReviews, recently considered the My Spy Birdhouse and they share their thoughts with the readers.
This My Spy Birdhouse, the review begins, is a “great way to see how the birds live without them knowing that you’re watching them up close.” The reviewers go on to discuss how you assemble the My Spy Birdhouse, the privacy aspects of this birdhouse, and their thoughts on placement.
“My Spy Birdhouse is the perfect size for typical backyard bird species including Wrens, Nuthatches and Chickadees” the review concludes. It “offer[s] a safe and comfortable home for birds to raise their young.”
Read the full My Spy Birdhouse review from MaPaReviews
“[T]here’s a whole new way that will let you watch each and every detail in the life of a bird…” begins Hoor Imad in his review of the My Spy Birdhouse for roclay.com, and that “new way” is the My Spy Birdhouse!
With this birdhouse, he continues, “you can literally experience the life of a bird…. Some of the fun activities include [watching the] building of the nest, laying eggs, [and] hatching their eggs….” But, as Hoor continues, the My Spy Birdhouse is not ONLY fun! “[T]he My Spy Birdhouse not only features the fun element but also tends to lean towards the educational side” he states. “This birdhouse could be a great tool for a science or biology teacher to show the students how everything happens rather than just read out from the textbook.”
Read more about roclay.com’s review of the My Spy Birdhouse
- When you are looking at the 2-way mirror for your My Spy Birdhouse, there will be two tabs. One is the 2-way mirror film, and the other is a clear piece of plastic.
- Carefully peel off the clear side and discard.
- Place the sticky side of the 2-way mirror onto your inside window. You should still see a tab on the 2-way mirror that is on the side facing you.
- Peel the second tab off, and smooth the 2-way mirror to reduce bubbles.
- The inside of your house needs to be noticeably darker than the outside for the 2-way mirror to work best.
The My Spy Birdhouse was recently reviewed by A Father’s View Point who is a man curious about the nesting habits of birds and a person with a natural sense of wonder.
“As you may have noticed from some of my other reviews, I am a big kid at heart” he begins. “Often, I enjoy the newest ‘As Seen On TV’ toys and gadgets even more than my kids do. The My Spy Birdhouse was no exception, I was beyond excited when my son saw the commercial and asked to get one of these for our living room window!”
This father goes on to discuss the My Spy Birdhouse product and provides his readers with a number of My Spy Birdhouse videos; including the official commercial, an assembly video and video on some My Spy Birdhouse tips.
His final verdict? “This thing is great” he declares!
Read the My Spy Birdhouse review from A Father’s View Point
Take a drive in the country of Northeast America during the summer months and you’ll likely see a few Eastern Bluebirds sitting on telephone wires or perched atop nest boxes. These marvelous birds have a big, rounded head, large eyes, a plump body, and an alert posture. Their wings are long, but the tail and the legs are fairly short. Their bills are short and straight. The male Eastern Bluebirds are a brilliant royal blue on the back and head, and warm red-brown on the breast. Females have blue tinges in the wings and tail, giving the grayer females an elegant look. Here are some fun and interesting facts about the Eastern Bluebird.
- The Eastern Bluebird is the state bird of both Missouri and New York.
- Eastern Bluebirds often don’t visit feeders, but they are a great prospect for nest boxes.
- Eastern Bluebirds can be seen across eastern North America and as far south as Nicaragua.
- Eastern Bluebirds mostly eat wild fruit, berries and insects. They can also occasionally be seen capturing larger prey such as salamanders, shrews, lizards, snakes, and tree frogs.
- Eastern bluebirds are very social birds and will, at times, gather in flocks of a hundred or more.
- Eastern Bluebirds can live for 6 to 10 years and the oldest recorded life of an Eastern Bluebird is 10 years 5 months old.
- When Eastern Bluebirds drop to the ground for an insect, they often make a show of it. They flutter their wings and have a fairly slow approach to their prey.
Mackenzie can help you unbox and assemble your My Spy Birdhouse! Watch the video below for the step-by-step guide.
Black-capped Chickadees are almost universally considered “cute” thanks to their over-sized round head, their tiny bodies, and their curiosity about everything…..including humans. The chickadee’s black cap and bib; white cheeks; gray wings, back, and tail; and their whitish underside with puffy sides are quite distinctive. They have a habit of investigating people and everything else in their home territory and they often quickly discover bird feeders. Male and females look very similar, with males being only slightly larger and longer. Here are some fun and interesting facts about the Black-capped Chickadee.
- Black-capped Chickadees is the state bird for Maine and Massachusetts as well as the provincial bird of New Brunswick in Canada.
- It is notable for its capacity to lower its body temperature during cold winter nights. Even when temperatures are far below zero, chickadees virtually always sleep alone.
- The Black-Capped Chickadee hides seeds and other food items to eat later. They have a good spatial memory and can easily relocate the caches where they store food.
- Black-capped Chickadees can be quite bold near humans and may even eat food from a human hand.
- Chickadee calls are complex and language-like, communicating information on identity and recognition of other flocks, predator alarms and contact calls.
- Feeders and nest boxes are often used by chickadees, especially when they are filled with wood shavings or sawdust.
- Chickadees are one of the easiest birds to attract to feeders. They don’t mind using tiny hanging feeders that can swing in the wind and they also readily visit window birdfeeders.
“Ever wonder what birds actually do inside birdhouses?” asks Kristie Bertucci of Gadget Review. “For those with such curious minds comes the My Spy Birdhouse.”
Kristie then shares many of the benefits and features of the My Spy Birdhouse with her readers and states “You’ll be able to watch birds as they build their nests, hatch their eggs and feed their babies and then watch those babies grow.”
“It’s also great for teachers looking to educate students on bird habits” she suggests.
Read the full My Spy Birdhouse review at Gadget Review