How to Build a One-Board Birdhouse
It’s fun, educational – even magical – to build a birdhouse for the cabin with your kids or grandkids and then keep an eye on the feathered friends who move in
June 1, 2012
Building, placing, and checking songbird nest boxes can be a very
rewarding project that you and your children or grandchildren can do
together. I still recall helping my grandfather build and paint a wren
house in his workshop when I was 10 years old. To our delight and
amazement, house wrens magically appeared and began nesting and raising a
family by the garage on our Iowa farm.
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One of the best ways to get children interested in nature is to build simple one-board birdhouses that attract songbirds. Log in as a registered user to see a materials list, plans and step-by-step instructions.
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