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Making Birdhouses and Feeders
     

Making Birdhouses and Feeders

by Charles Self
 

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Here are plans, diagrams and instructions for 18 feeders and 21 houses—including weather vane, windowsill, and pagoda feeders; a nesting box; and more elaborate projects such as chalets, a log cabin, a New England home, and an Old West saloon, plus birdbaths. Bonus: Food and housing preferences, migration patterns of many species. 128 pages, 170 b/w

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Here are plans, diagrams and instructions for 18 feeders and 21 houses—including weather vane, windowsill, and pagoda feeders; a nesting box; and more elaborate projects such as chalets, a log cabin, a New England home, and an Old West saloon, plus birdbaths. Bonus: Food and housing preferences, migration patterns of many species. 128 pages, 170 b/w illus., 8 1/4 X 11.

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School Library Journal - School Library Journal
YA Even beginnersworking only with hand toolscan build these over 40 durable and attractive projects, including simple window feeders, three-story nesting boxes, shingled houses and even a wooden birdbath. Diagrams (front, back, side and bottom), measurements and directions, with photos for each step along the way, are excellent for woodworking classes. A chapter is devoted to food favored by different birds. The format will attract readers: large print, full-page illustrations and many line drawings, diagrams and photos of finished projects. Mary Wadsworth Sucher, Baltimore County Reading Services

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780806957500
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
11/01/1985
Pages:
128
Age Range:
15 - 17 Years

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