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Behold this cool new yet quite medieval Birdhouse Castle! Regular birds instantly become avian knights of the sky as they flock to this majestic castle containing four birdhouse towers along with a main chamber in the middle for the ... Continue
This ironic birdhouse, designed by French artist Frederic Levesque, dares birds to make a home in the mouth of their mortal enemy... a cat.
Not only does the average bat eat almost 1200 annoying flying insects an hour including mosquitoes, they also help fertilize the ground, spread seeds, and pollinate. They even do it at night, so as not to annoy us humans.
This winter, give your favorite feathered backyard friends a festive home of their own with this cool new Gingerbread Cottage Birdhouse.
This mid-century yet forever modern birdhouse design is handcrafted from bamboo and teak with a floor to ceiling viewing window for bird watchers, a moveable planter box, and has a rooftop planter for growing succulents.
Transform a small section of your backyard or patio into a magical habitat for majestic Monarch butterflies with this cool new Monarch Migration Station.
Like a huge ant colony, this desktop habitat / exhibit houses approximately 20 low risk Pacific Dampwood Termites behind escape-proof, 1/4 inch acrylic.
These little enchanted forests are protected from the real world under glass domes and are handcrafted in France from artificial plants, vines, branches, and more - no maintenance required.
A patriotic wooden birdhouse illuminated with red, white, and blue star-shaped LEDs.
Just stake this wooden shelter in your garden and watch as pollinators such as butterflies and solitary bees move right in and nest along with other beneficial pest-controlling insects such as ladybugs and lacewings.
This fun betta fish bowl is shaped like a miniature glass swimming pool complete with a copper diving board, should it so choose to decide to practice some high dives or majestic belly flops.
A decorative modern habitat for attracting pollinating solitary bees and other beneficial insects to your garden and yard.
This unique, specially designed six gallon circular aquarium comes with everything you need to keep three large moon jellyfish happily fluttering around while completely mesmerizing any humans or curious cats looking in.
Hide your spare keys in plain site. This ingenious key hider doubles as a real cedar birdhouse with a magnetic trap door underneath that swings down to reveal two key hooks.
This innovative closed-loop eco-system allows vegetable plants and herbs growing on top to clean the water in the aquarium below, while the fish waste produced in the aquarium below fertilizes the plants above.
Attracts beneficial pollinating butterflies and solitary bees to your garden, pest controlling ladybugs and lacewings to your yard, and nesting birds to your trees.
Ever heard of a Marimo moss ball? It's a rare green ball of living moss/algae found exclusively in lakes in Iceland, Scotland, Japan, and Estonia where the swirling currents cause it to grow in this unique shape.
Albert Einstein: If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man...
This stylish little condo-inspired aquarium features a stackable design and is perfect for a space-limited office or home.
This unique fishbowl by designer Aruliden has a textured mountain landscape in the center of the bowl.
360 degree ant habitat filled with transparent gel that allows you to watch an army of ants create tunnels and has an LED light that projects shadows of giant ants on the ceiling.
Not only provides your feathered friends with some extra durable and stylish shelter, it's topped with a unique rooftop garden planter as well!
If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man. - Albert Einstein
Provides the perfect shelter for beneficial pollinating butterflies and protects them from the elements and predators (kids with nets?)!

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