About The Birdhouse In An Apple Tree Jigsaw Puzzle Game:
Birdhouses, also know as nestboxes, are man-made enclosures designed for birds to nest in. Placing nestboxes or roosting boxes is used to help maintain populations of particular species in an area. In this new and fun puzzle we feature such an wooden birdhouse placed on the branch of an apple tree. Pick your difficulty level and give it a try.
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Join us in this beautiful country garden and relax with today's fun and colorful jigsaw puzzle. Pick your difficulty level, toggle piece rotation and start putting the country garden featured in this game back together.
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