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.
On the Life Science blog, Scienceline: the Shortest Distance Between You and Science, the My Spy Birdhouse is reviewed as “marketing products that matter.”
The reviewer praised the My Spy Birdhouse for allowing an opportunity to experience a unique aspect of nature – watching birds nest and eggs hatch ¬¬- without intruding on the birds, “It allows anyone with a window to witness, firsthand, the birthing process of another species, something a lot of people may never see otherwise.”
In particular, city dwellers who may be very limited with space and time can experience the benefit of enjoying a living creature without the responsibility of much commitment. As the reviewer describes, “It’s almost like having a pet bird without having to do anything for it. Although you also can’t touch it, and it has no idea you exist. Other than that, it’s just like having a pet.”
Read more about this My Spy Birdhouse review
On her blog, Outnumbered 3 to 1: Real Reviews from Real Moms Keeping it Real, Katrina reviewed the My Spy Birdhouse and states, “The coolest thing I have seen in a while would have to be the My Spy Birdhouse.”
For both children and adults, the My Spy Birdhouse is an ideal way to see nature in action without affecting the birds. Katrina says she likes to “get [her daughters] toys and books that are educational to help foster their love of science” and the My Spy Birdhouse followed suit.
The birdhouse offers an excellent way for children and grown-ups to learn through direct observation. Katrina suggests the My Spy Birdhouse “would make great gifts for kids or adults! Even adults that have come over to my house think it is super neat.”
Katrina adds that the My Spy Birdhouse fits in very well with her outdoor décor. “It completely blends in and I like the basic look of it.”
Read Katrina’s full My Spy Birdhouse review
Bird expert James Currie visited WGN News in Chicago this morning to discuss ways to get kids interested in nature and the outdoors and he recommends the My Spy Birdhouse!
The My Spy Birdhouse “allows you to look right into the life cycle of the bird, and see how birds actually get to raise their young, make a nest, bring their babies up, and actually witness the whole lifecycle before your eyes” Currie notes.
Currie goes on to say that this is a great way to encourage kids to look beyond the walls of their home. “They’re in the house, they might not actually know there are birds outside, they might not see them, and it gets the birds to come to them.”
Watch the full video about James Currie and My Spy Birdhouse
On the Mom Does Reviews blog, the My Spy Birdhouse is praised for its’ versatility and usefulness for all kinds of birds in different climates. The reviewer is from the Northeast and she describes her experience in setting up her birdhouse. It was “…super easy to put up, after I cleared a path to the kitchen window. It was the only window that was accessible due to the huge snow piles from the metal roof. The suction cups stuck easily and never slid like some do. The house itself is made of a durable resin that won’t fade or crack or rot like wood does.”
Because of her own location, the reviewer notes how she could best set up her My Spy Birdhouse for her birds. “There are 2 different sized bird holes you can use. Our birds are fairly small- the chickadee comes around most often in the spring. I kept the smaller hole.” She also notes the location of her mother-in-law and said that the My Spy Birdhouse, “…would be perfect for her. She lives in Florida so she has birds coming around all year.”
Read the full My Spy Birdhouse review
A reviewer of the My Spy Birdhouse shares her personal experience directly watching her children’s reactions on her blog, Inspired By Savannah. This mom describes her past difficulties in trying to teach her children about birds. “Whenever my girls go to visit my parents, the first thing they do is run to the kitchen window to see if any birds are eating from the window feeder my dad has attached to the window. But, as they run up near to sneak, the noise must startle the birds, as they usually fly away to the disappointment of my girls.”
The My Spy Birdhouse is designed for the comfort of birds so they are not disturbed while being observed. The simple set-up of the birdhouse has features that emphasize the importance of a gentle approach and encourages learning about nature without interfering with it. As stated in the review, “While we wait for birds to realize that we now have a birdhouse ready for them to move into and build a nest, my girls are studying up on the different types of birds from a bird book my dad picked up for them.”
Read more about this My Spy Birdhouse review
One of the reviewers from Epic Review Guys have recently created a video review of the My Spy Birdhouse.
The video shows viewers how to assemble the My Spy Birdhouse and how to attach it to a window. “It wasn’t that hard to put up” the Epic Review Guy’s assistant remarks. “I’m really looking forward to seeing if any birds will come….”
NOTE: Please make sure you place the 2-way mirror on correctly! Check out our “Tips for Applying the 2-Way Mirror” post.
Watch the full My Spy Birdhouse video review
With the MY SPY BIRDHOUSE™ you can spend quality time with the entire family as you celebrate Mother’s Day. Let your imagination run wild. Paint your birdhouse with the colors of spring, decorate with star and shapes or stencil everyone’s name on the MY SPY BIRDHOUSE. This fun activity will surely keep everyone entertained and your mother will love her new see-through birdhouse.
“I got my girls a My Spy Birdhouse for my youngest’s birthday, and she loves it” begins Brian from As Seen On TV Official Site Blog in his review of the My Spy Birdhouse. “She was obsessed with birds and wanted to see all the fun happening. All we did was stick it to the window with the suction cups and wait for the birds! Within a few days we had a couple customers come to stay at the elegant My Spy Birdhouse! We then were able to watch them have babies, feed and grow!”
Brian goes on to discuss the My Spy Birdhouse 2-way mirror and the weather resistant qualities of this see-through birdhouse.
“I would recommend this product to people who want to see birds do what birds do” Brian concludes. “It’s an educational tool that will delight young and old.”
Read Brian’s full My Spy Birdhouse review
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