Architectural Birdhouses: 15 Famous Buildings to Make for Your Feathered Friends

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Lark Books, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 143 pages
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“Stender has created plans that replicate famous buildings or architectural styles...a Gothic cathedral, the Chrysler building, and an Arts and Crafts bungalow.... Practical, with hinged openings for cleaning and appropriate dimensions for specific species. [The book has] clear instructions supplemented by numerous color photos; within the abilities of most woodworkers. Every public library should consider this title.”—Library Journal. “For some, nothing but the best will do. If you think that includes our fine feathered friends, this could be just the book for you.”—Reader’s Digest.

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ARCHITECTURAL BIRDHOUSES

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Given a choice, most of us would rather live in a Japanese pagoda or a Doric temple than in a plain box. If birds feel the same way, they will be singing about Stender's designs. He has created ... Read full review

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Buffalo, NY

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