Boy Birdhouse Architecture: How to Build Birdhouses, with 18 Practical Plans

Boy Birdhouse Architecture: How to Build Birdhouses, with 18 Practical Plans
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Originally published in the 1920s, this book teaches boys and girls how to build birdhouses in a variety of designs to suit different species of birds. Each plan offered is of a proven house, one that has served as a home for some feathered friends of the air; and if the instructions are faithfully followed, equal success will crown the builder's efforts.

Contents Covered:

  • Preface
  • Our Friends the Birds
  • Birds That Adapt Themselves to Nesting Boxes
  • The Bluebirds
  • The Robin
  • The Titmice
  • The Wrens
  • The Woodpecker
  • Birdhouse Material
  • Methods of Finishing Exteriors
  • Bird Box Specifications
  • Typical Birdhouse Specifications
  • Methods of Conducting a Birdhouse Contest
  • Birdhouse Day
  • Bird Enemies
  • General Directions for Starting Work on the Bird Boxes
  • Winter Care of the Birds
  • Plate 1 -- Bluebird House
  • Plate 2 -- Bluebird House
  • Plate 3 -- Bluebird House
  • Plate 4 -- Bluebird House
  • Plate 5 -- Bluebird House
  • Plate 6 -- Box for Robins
  • Plate 7 -- Box for Robins
  • Plate 8 -- Box for Wrens
  • Plate 9 -- Double Wren House
  • Plate 10 -- Downy Woodpecker House
  • Plate 11 -- Box for Hairy Woodpeckers
  • Plate 12 -- Flicker House
  • Plate 13 -- Woodpecker House
  • Plate 14 -- Nuthatch House
  • Plate 15 -- Nuthatch House
  • Plate 16 -- Box for Tree Swallow
  • Plate 17 -- Titmouse House
  • Plate 18 -- Chickadee House
  • Plate 19 -- Houses from Common Objects
  • Plate 19a -- Suggested Designs for Boxes
  • Plate 20 -- Feeding Devices
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 59
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 18.3 MB
Product Code BOYRGI9L60
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