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Build Your Own Birdhouses and Feeders

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Local songbird populations are rapidly declining, and food, shelter and safe nesting areas are urgently needed. This remarkable book is packed with great ideas plus all the woodworking drawings and howto information needed for hobbyists and birders who want to build attractive birdhouses, feeders and nesting boxes that will attract birds.

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Hardcover, 144 pages
Published 1997 by Chartwell Books, Inc.
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GoldGato
For those who can actually work wonders with wood and tools, this is a terrific show-me-how book to provide our feathered brethren with unique homes. The best part of the book is the fully illustrated step-by-step section for each creation. This makes it easy to follow. In fact, it makes it look so simple, even a non-crafts person (like me) can follow along and feel productive.

My favorite was the Covered Wagon birdhouse. This seemed most appropriate for our Way West birds who have completed thei
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Emily Ridgley
I was looking for one that had more feeders. But, there are good plans for really cute birdhouses.
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