Here are birdhouse gourds. They each have a hole drilled for the ideal bird size (based on the size of the gourd.) Drain holes are also drilled in the bottom. These gourds are ready for you to paint.
You can also let them natural and apply a layer of shoe wax for protection. I've used different colors to get a different look. Just reapply when the birds are done for the year.
Gourds also make great birdfeeders. They can swing in the wind so if you have it hanging in a tree, keep it away from the trunk. You can also put a stone in the bottom to add a little weight
Houses and feeders come with a leather hanger.
This sections of birdhouses range in size of 6-8" wide. Suitable for small to medium size birds but not large enough for Purple Martins.
These next gourds are large enough for Purple Martins. Sold out.
Also see these bird feeders:
Here is an idea for the suet feeders. Purchase a square of suet and cut in half.
Place in feeder and hang in tree.
You can also make your own suet from a favorite recipe.