Birdhouses & Feeders You Can Make: Complete Plans and Instructions for Bird-friendly Nesting and Feeding Sites

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Stackpole Books, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 87 pages
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You enjoy having birds in your yard, and you want the assurance of knowing that the houses and feeders you put yp won't harm them. This book offers plans and instructions for building a variety of projects that are safe for both birds and the environment. Useful tables list construction requirements and seed preferences for the species you want to attract, and helpful illustrations shows you how to create effective predator guards, provide adequate drainage and ventilation, and mount or hang the structures securely.

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Birdhouses & feeders you can make: complete plans and instructions for bird-friendly nesting and feeding sites

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Birds have it tough, suffering through harsh winters and long migrations. The very least we can do is build them a house. These titles show a wide range of birdhouse styles, ranging from the practical ... Read full review

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Very easy to read and understand good instruction will buy more books by author. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Paul Gerhards is the author of the previous edition of How to Sell What You Make and several woodworking books. He lives in Vancouver, Washington.

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