birdhouse

[burd-hous]
noun, plural birdhouses [burd-hou-ziz] .
1.
a box, usually fashioned to resemble a house, for birds to live in.
2.
an aviary.

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; bird + house

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birdhouse (ˈbɜːdˌhaʊs)
 
n
1.  a small shelter or box for birds to nest in
2.  an enclosure or large cage for captive birds; aviary

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Example sentences
The birdhouse features some colorful birds that are allowed to fly freely.
Imagine you have a box and you want to make a birdhouse using only the items
  inside of the box.
Sunset also has directions for making your own birdhouse.
Always face the birdhouse so the entrance is protected from prevailing winds.
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