a box, usually fashioned to resemble a house, for birds to live in.
an aviary.
Historical Examples

Followers of the Trail Zoe Meyer
Beginner’s Book in Language H. Jeschke
Folk-Lore and Legends: Oriental Charles John Tibbitts
Dead Giveaway Gordon Randall Garrett

noun (US)
a small shelter or box for birds to nest in
an enclosure or large cage for captive birds; aviary


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