Building a bird feeder for your yard can be very rewarding. You can literally spend hours watching the birds feeding and sometimes it can be very comical. So have fun building and have even more fun watching. Building a bird feeder is a great way to make use of scrap wood.
This possum likes to hang out in the trees and will provide a safe home for his feathered friends.
This watering can birdhouse is easy to make from 3/4 inches lumber. Measures 10 inches high with 5 x 5 inches inside cavity.
We have all seen security cameras mounted on buildings. But have you seen one like this?
This bird feeder holds a sufficient amount of food even for frequent visitors. Clear plastic side plates remove easily for cleaning and let you keep an eye on the level of seed.
The open design of this bird feeder makes it easy to monitor and to refill. Simple construction from 3/4 inch thick lumber.
Who says birdhouses have to be simple plain-Jane boxes? Why not make something special!
These colorful birdhouses can be used outdoors as nesting cavities for birds in the wild, or they can be made as whimsical interior decorations.
Like all of our tree dweller projects, this bird dog likes to hang out in the trees with his feathered friends.
An addition to the Tree Dweller Birdhouse series, this beaver birdhouse provides a safe place for birds to make their nests. Easy construction from 3/4 inch pine. All patterns are drawn full size. Mea...
Show loyalty to your favorite football team when you paint this helmet-shaped bird feeder in your team colours.
Just like a real rooster, this one sits on a high perch so he can watch over his flock. This project is designed as a twin home with an entry hole on each side to accommodate two families of birds. If...
This birdhouse shows its game face for the football fans in your neighbourhood.
This Noahs Ark birdhouse features giraffes, elephants and zebras looking for land as they drift about.
You will get lots of laughs watching those squirrels rest their paws on the keyboard while they nibble on the corncob.
Bird feeder with silly caricature face. Looks great made from cedar.
St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals and the environment.
A nostalgic country church and schoolhouse make up this charming set of birdhouses.
This raccoon birdhouse will provide a safe dwelling for birds to make their nests.
Two favorite forest animals, a squirrel and a raccoon, come alive in these rustic cedar bird feeders.
This decorative windmill makes a bright and cheery dwelling for birds!
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