From thatched masterpieces to ornate wooden towers, these sculptures look like stunning works of art - but they’re actually the world’s wackiest birdhouses.
Gardeners and homeowners have spent thousands of pounds and man-hours building remarkable shelters for their feathered friends.
The stunning birdhouses all feature in a book by Anne Schmauss, who travelled the world seeking out the most eye-catching creations.
One of the extreme sculptures appears to be a Tim Burton-inspired birdhouse, built in Denver, Colorado.
Another off-the-wall idea features a ladder reaching up a spindly tree into an enormous white birdhouse big enough to house several small children.
The ‘Belgrave Inn’ in Ontario, Canada, meanwhile, is a 350lb wonder made from 100-year-old reclaimed wood which has 70 rooms.
And the 'bird apartment in Komoro City, Japan, weighs a whopping 1000lbs.
Check out the rest of the bird-friendly buildings below - and tell us which one’s your favourite.