Birdhouses You Can Build in a Day (Popular Woodworking)

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Write a product review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Very neat bird house building book, plus more ideas for feeders too. This book shows what bird for what birdhouse to make it for, very neat concept for anyone who loves to build and take care of birds. This book is easy to read and understand. My husband loves it.

This is the best book ever put out for birdhouses that are simple to build.

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And the best part is all the extra information the author gives about what attracts birds to a certain type of house. I've bought several birdhouse books, but this is the one I keep returning to when it's time to build a new one. I feel bad panning this book because I got the impression that the people who put this together are passionate about what they did.

I was unimpressed with the lack of practical, accurate designs, not to mention the materials being used.

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For me, most of the houses weren't something I'd want to make and put my name on. I'm not interested in building a birdhouse that looks like a human house. I want something that will attract a bird and serve its nesting needs. I want something that is practical. That can be easily cleaned. That's got an opening that's properly placed and sized.

The book does have a chart on hole requirements, but it seems like a throw-in and you can easily find that online anyway.


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As for materials, there's just no way you're going to convince me to use plywood - of any type - for a birdhouse. Nor will I be painting it. I built two of the "american robin nesting shelf" because I thought was a great looking, practical solution. Surely, they came out great, but so far I've had no action on either one, despite the countless robins in the yard.

Frankly, they seem too small for robins. While all my other designs are now occupied this spring, these have seen no action yet. The one house that I really liked from the book was the bat house from Megan Fitzpatrick. I built that and installed it on the barn. No action yet, but again I really enjoyed making that house. I do want to build the butterfly house. That looks pretty cool to me. And I would actually paint that one.

Birdhouses You Can Build in a Day

A complete rip off. Mostly useless plans for feeders and info about birds. At most, I found maybe 2 plans for birds in my area. Save your money and get free plans online. Birds of all feathers will be flocking to your backyard to live in the beautiful houses and dine in the unique feeders you can build in just a few short hours. This book is chock-full of more than 50 simple projects for bird, butterfly and bat houses designed by the expert editors of Popular Woodworking Books. All you need are basic woodworking skills, tools, project materials and your imagination!

Each design is guaranteed to attract specific birds in nearly every region, including Australia, Europe and the United States. Build a cottage for chickadees, nesting shelves and boxes for robins and mourning doves, basic bluebird houses—even a finch castle! Step-by-step color photos and easy-to-follow instructions will guide you along the way. Why spend your money on a ready-made birdhouse or feeder that looks like all the rest?

In one afternoon, you can build a unique bird retreat that will soon turn your backyard into a birdwatcher's paradise!

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This book is easy to read and understand. My husband loves it. This is the best book ever put out for birdhouses that are simple to build. And the best part is all the extra information the author gives about what attracts birds to a certain type of house. I've bought several birdhouse books, but this is the one I keep returning to when it's time to build a new one.

I feel bad panning this book because I got the impression that the people who put this together are passionate about what they did. I was unimpressed with the lack of practical, accurate designs, not to mention the materials being used. For me, most of the houses weren't something I'd want to make and put my name on. I'm not interested in building a birdhouse that looks like a human house.

I want something that will attract a bird and serve its nesting needs. I want something that is practical. That can be easily cleaned.