Cowboy Rooster Birdhouse
This hilarious cowboy rooster birdhouse is literally a bird house! All dressed up in his Western finery, a plump brown bucka-rooster offers ample shelter to his fellow feathered friends. Free-swinging cowboy boot feet dance an amusing two-step in the slightest breeze! This cowboy birdhouse is made of polyresin and metal, and is 10.2 x 5.12” x 13”. Great unique gift for her.
Cowboy Rooster Birdhouse – Quality and Craftsmanship with No Complaints!
A Hit! Came out of the box with the great quality I expected and all parts there and not chipped or imperfect. It was a HIT for my Step Mom, who loves the fact my Dad used to ride Bulls back in High School. She calls him Cowboy but then at the same time she loves Roosters and they are all over the house in decorative fashion. They both are botanists and love working on their yard and decorative (and attraction for live animals) items to put throughout their flowers, mini tree’s, etc. Bird houses are a favorite for them and they are trying to attract Blue Birds but even the nest specifically for them: doesn’t work. I’m hoping w/all the great attributes of this product, their meanings to my Step Mom & Dad, will bring on Good Luck and come spring time…they hopefully will get blue birds in there?! Its a stretch because of the bird itself will scare off those little guys. Cheers for the Quality and Craftsmanship.
Cowboy Rooster Birdhouse – I love this bird house
I bought one of these in December for my grandmother who collects roosters as a Christmas gift. When it arrived my wife fell in love with it, so I had to buy a second one for my grandmother. It was well worth it though as it looks good in our front yard.
Cowboy Rooster Birdhouse – Very Cute
I’m very pleased with this item, and so is my mom. I ordered him as a birthday gift for my mom, and she has already named him. I have to say that I was a little worried about whether or not I would receive him in one piece after reading all of the reviews, but I had no problems because he was packed well in Styrofoam in the box. All I had to do is place the metal tail where it goes, and he was ready to put up. He’s a little on the small side, if you use him as an actual bird house, you may get a wren or finch to use it.