birdgoods.com, previously known as Birdhouses by Wheezer, has been on the net since 1996. We started out offering many products ourselves and giving recommendations for finding everything else you need for backyard birding. However, we got out of building any products of our own and converted to just being an information source for backyard birding. Our goal is to make backyard birding as fun and convenient as possible. We hope to help you accomplish this while enhancing the looks of your backyard and contributing to wildlife conservation.
Please browse through our information by using the navigation buttons on the left side of the page. On the right side of the page are links to our information on common birds you see in your backyard. We sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to our pages. We wish you could buy something, but, alas, it's too much trouble for too little profit for us to offer products for sale. : )
Have fun backyard birding!
We used to be a very small business but we aimed to please! We first embarked on internet sales in 1996 when we started
"Birdhouses by Wheezer." Wheezer was still around in our company until 2003, making those same birdhouses. Our name evolved
as we picked up a permanent domain in about 1999.
Construction on all items manufactured by birdgoods.com (W0101, W0102, W0103 and W0104) would begin soon after receipt of orders. Completed order on all items was normally shipped not later than ten days after date of order, provided acceptable payment had been made and we were not out of stock (hopefully rare). In the circumstance that we could not ship within 10 days, the customer would be notified by email and given the opportunity to cancel the order and receive a full refund. Normally payment acceptance was immediate through use of internet credit card and shipment was within ten days. Checks had to be mailed to us, so shipment could not occur until after check was received.
Complete installation and use instructions were included with each birdhouse. Also we were happy to answer any questions by phone, email or letter. Email was preferred.