Bird Feeder Plans
Build a bird feeder to supply bird food to birds. The success of a bird feeder in attracting birds depends upon its placement and the kinds of seeds used, as different species have different preferences.
Bird Feeder Plan
Here is a project for an attractive bird feeder with a cooper roof, center seed silo and wooden columns.
Create this inexpensive bird feeder with items found around the house, such as scrap wood and a plastic bottle.
The Feeding Station
This plan is for a wooden structure that has a cooper roof with an attached hanger, large bird seed holder and 4 perches.
Bird Bench Swing
Make this unique bird feeder that looks and hangs like a porch swing. The swing's seat holds the seed.
Large Bird Feeder
This bird feeder is 19 1/2 inches tall and accommodates six feeding song birds at one time.
Cut a piece of a log to be somewhere between 7 inches and 14 inches in length to start this unusual bird feeder.
This is a simple little project that would be fun to do with a child or grandchild. It's sort of a cross between a bird feeder and a suet feeder. The idea is that you fill the holes with a mix of peanut butter and bird seeds. The birds then pick it out of the holes.
Make your own birdhouse and bird feeder in one. Use birdseed biscuits or a solid birdseed block and your bird visitors will be satisfied and refreshed.
Several Bird Feeder Plans
The bird feeder plans include an adjustable feeder, feeding shelf, a food shelter, a see thru feeder, a suet feeder and a window feeder.
The design of this birdfeeder has clear plastic sides that allows you to see the feed level. It is strong enough to hold 6pounds of feed. Hinged roof allows for easy refilling. Plenty of room for several hungry birds.
Bird Feeder Plans
The advantage of this particular model is that you can easily put table scraps onto it!
Hopper Bird Feeder
This feeder can be mounted on a post as diagramed or hung, using wire from a coat hanger.
Simple Bird Feeder
A few pieces thick pine cut to the sizes indicated in the drawing will make a very inviting small feeding station for your feathered friends who stay in your vicinity during the cold winter months. The wire mesh holds enough suet to last a long time.
Here is a fun project for building a bird feeder with suction cups that can be attached to a window for bird viewing.
Bird Feeder Project
Follow these 14 steps for creating a handsome feeder that will hold lots of seed, built out of small wooden slats.
Build a Woodpecker Feeder
Using two pieces of wood, some screws and wing nuts, plus some acorn suet you can build a woodpecker feeder.
This bird feeder is built in hopper style, can hold up to one gallon of feed and accommodates both small and large species.
Here are video instructions on how to build a hummingbird feeder that is easy and inexpensive to make.
Gourmet Bird Feeder
This easy to build Gourmet Bird Feeder is built out of Redwood!
Hopper Bird Feeder
This particular feeder is designed to take bird seed, rather than the more typical left-over food scraps.
Platform Bird Feeder
This bird feeder has screen in the bottom so that the rain can run through.
Even though there are lots for the birds to eat this time of year, it's still a lot of fun to feed them and watch the different species. If you put out different types of seed you will get different types of birds. Mix it up and see who comes visiting.
McTweet Cafe Bird Feeder
This bird feeder features a top that slides up a cord, allowing you to easily remove the seed bottle. Seed bottle is a water bottle.