Kestrels can be found throughout most of North America. They hunt open fields feeding on insects, mice and other small rodents. They can be seen in the city as well as perched in trees next to fields. This lovely and colourful bird is the smallest North American Falcon. Measures 10 inches long.
This popular pet is easy to make from five layers of 3/4 inch thick lumber. Layered design provides a striking three dimensional look. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts and instructions to make the project shown.
These snow white birds are truly spectacular. Recently, several states have started a restoration program to increase populations for these graceful birds. Now you can introduce a pair to your yard! Each bird is made from 5 layers which, when glued together, give a realistic 3-dimensional look.
This Red Tailed Hawk will provide a watchful and protective presence. Perched on a post, this feathered guardian keeps an eye on your yard. Made from 3/4 and 1-1/2 inch thick lumber.
A striking entryway project. Make the eagle with or without optional hanging welcome sign. It measures 33 inches wide after being built. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the projects shown.
This brightly coloured life sized Toucan will look spectacular indoors or out. Make it from layers of 3/4 and 1-1/2 inch thick lumber. Layered construction makes it easy to cut out on your scroll saw or band saw. Paint as pictured or substitute with other colours.
The Emperor Penguin from Antarctica is loved by children and adults alike. You can make this set of penguins from layers of 3/4 inch and 1-1/2 inch stock. Patterns for all penguins drawn FULL SIZE.
Snowy Egrets are so stunning that they were nearly extinct due to their bushy plumes on the tops of their heads. Make these lovely birds to decorate your yard. Full-size patterns for both men and women are included in the plans.
This duck family may be made out of 3/4 and 1-1/2 inch thick wood. Adult ducks reach a height of 19 inches. All of the patterns are drawn in full size. All of the pieces can be constructed out of common lumber. It's simple to paint.
This little seed-eating bird can be found in eastern North America and southwest America. Indigo (blue) and Bunting are the terms that make up their name (seed eating). This brightly coloured nesting cavity was created especially for this bird.
The American Robin likes to nest on a nesting shelf rather than in a standard birdhouse. The elements of this bright bird are included into our design. Make it out of 3/4-inch wood or cedar. The height is approximately 23-1/2 inches. Drawings in full size.
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