The Best Birdhouses for Your Backyard
This title contains 13 birdhouse projects suitable for more than 25 species of wild birds. No complex tools are needed and most projects are designed to be completed in a day or a week-end. It also discusses predator guards, entrance hole placement and dimension and wildlife-friendly finishes.
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ALLOW FOR DRAINAGE American Kestrel American robin ATTACH THE FLOOR ATTACH THE FRONT ATTACH THE ROOF attract audiovisual cable stays back piece barred owl bat house birdhouse projects birds bottom edge BROODS PER SEASON build cedar center mounting box circular saw clamp corner for drainage cypress dado days BROODS Eastern Bluebird entrance hole galvanized finishing nails galvanized screws handy Hardware and Supplies hole saw House Placement House Wren insects jigsaw kerf LENGTH OF INCUBATION LETTER QUANTITY little brown bat lumber measurements miter nesting box nesting compartment Northern Flicker NUMBER OF EGGS pine plywood polyurethane glue predators purple martin houses QUANTITY PART STOCK raccoons Remember to allow sand everything saw blade Schedule of Materials screws and waterproof short rims species STOCK THICKNESS WIDTH suet feeder sure table saw THICKNESS WIDTH LENGTH things to look top edge tower Tree swallows trees waterproof glue WIDTH LENGTH COMMENTS winter wood duck