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Moss Birdhouse

Moss Birdhouse

Birdhouses are not just functional; they can also be a delightful addition to your garden or backyard. Adding a touch of nature to these tiny homes can enhance their charm and make them more appealing to our feathered friends. One creative and aesthetically pleasing way to achieve this is by adorning the roof of your birdhouse with moss. In this blog post, we'll explore the benefits of adding moss to your birdhouse, the types of moss to consider, and a step-by-step guide to the process.

Benefits of Moss on Birdhouse Roofs:

  1. Natural Aesthetics: Moss-covered roofs give birdhouses a rustic and natural look, blending seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

  2. Insulation: Moss acts as a natural insulator, providing additional protection for the birds inside during extreme weather conditions.

  3. Camouflage: The moss helps the birdhouse blend into its surroundings, providing a more discreet and secure space for nesting birds.

  4. Environmental Impact: Using moss for birdhouse roofs is an eco-friendly choice, as it promotes sustainability and reduces the need for synthetic materials.

Choosing the Right Moss: Not all moss is created equal. When selecting moss for your birdhouse roof, consider the following factors:

  1. Type of Moss: Opt for moss varieties that are well-suited for your climate. Common types include sheet moss and mood moss.

  2. Sustainability: Harvest moss responsibly, ensuring that you're not depleting natural habitats. Our sustainable sourced moss is composed of non-toxic materials.

  3. Moisture Retention: Choose moss that retains moisture well to provide additional hydration for the birds during dry periods.

Step-by-Step Guide to Adding Moss to Your Birdhouse Roof:

Materials Needed:

  • Birdhouse with a flat or sloped roof
  • Sheet Moss
  • Non-toxic glue or glue gun
  • Soft brush or spray bottle for cleaning the moss


  1. Prepare the Birdhouse Roof: Clean the roof surface of the birdhouse, ensuring it is free from dust, dirt, and debris. This will help the moss adhere more effectively.

  2. Select and Arrange the Moss: Arrange the moss pieces on the roof to create a visually pleasing pattern. 

  3. Apply Adhesive: Using a non-toxic glue or glue gun, apply a thin layer to the roof surface.

  4. Attach the Moss: Gently press the arranged moss onto the adhesive-covered roof. Press down firmly to secure the moss in place.

  5. Allow to Dry: Let the moss and adhesive dry completely. This may take a few hours, depending on the type of adhesive used.


Click here to watch how we made our Birdhouse

Conclusion: Adding moss to the roof of your birdhouse is a simple yet effective way to infuse natural beauty and functionality into these miniature avian abodes. By following this guide, you can create a charming and inviting space that not only benefits the birds but also adds a touch of enchantment to your outdoor space. Happy birdwatching!

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