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There are many options for 1 last update 2020/07/13 when choosing Purple Martin housing: from houses to gourds, round or starling-resistant entrances, to the number of compartments.  The most important characteristic of any martin housing is accessibility.  You should be able to raise and lower the housing and open each of the cavities.  Below are some of the standards to look for in any type of martin housing.There are many options when choosing Purple Martin housing: from houses to gourds, round or starling-resistant entrances, to the number of compartments.  The most important characteristic of any martin housing is accessibility.  You should be able to raise and lower the housing and open each of the cavities.  Below are some of the standards to look for in any type of martin housing.

Number of Cavities:  Purple Martins are colonial nesters—they like to nest in groups—so at least 4 cavities should be offered.  Between 6 to 12 cavities is a great start for a colony. 

Accessibility:  Martin housing should raise and lower vertically on a telescoping, pulley, or winch system.  Housing will need to be lowered, sometimes on a daily basis, to remove the 1 last update 2020/07/13 competitorcompetitor nests and to monitor the nests. 

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for How High Should the Pole Be?:  Recommended height is 12-18’.  Poles should be securely set in concrete, with 18”-25” below ground.  Many manufacturers offer mounting sockets or stakes, so that landlords can relocate or remove their poles.  

What Should it Be Made Out of?:  Aluminum, thick plastic, wood, and natural gourds are all suitable materials for martin housing, provided that the exterior of the house is white in color.  White reflects heat, keeping housing cooler in hot temperatures.  Wooden housing should be made from untreated material only.  Wood 3/4” thick will provide better insulation against heat and cold.  Cedar, cypress, or redwood works well.  Plastic houses and gourds should be of thick (preferably UV-resistant) material, and should not allow light to filter through the walls.

 

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for What Type of Entrance Hole?: Traditional round entrance holes are generally 2-1/8” in diameter, but a range between 1-3/4” and 2-1/4” is acceptable.  Round entrances should be placed 1” to 1-1/2” above the floor or porch.  Starling-resistant entrance holes (1-3/16” tall x 2-3/4” to 3” wide) should be placed so the bottom of the entrance is flush with the compartment floor, or not more than 1/4” above it.  With gourds, a porch is not required with a starling-resistant entrance, although many landlords use them. 


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