Consolidating bird feeders into homemade station
This design will create a large birdfeeder and will easily hold a gallon of bird seed.It accommodates small and large visitors with inner and outer perching areas, is easy to refill and keeps the bird seed dry.We're trying to attract and feed birds, not to make beer out of bird seed.This would seem to be an easy fix by simply increasing the size of the overhang of the roof.
These are fairly easy bird feeder plans for first-time builders, yet is very attractive, especially to the birds!
The end caps are cut to the same angle as the end pieces, which determine the angle of the roof.
The end caps fit under and are attached to the roof.
I have also taken pictures in order to simply the process (a picture is worth a thousand words).
I estimate that it would take a beginner between 2 to 4 hours to make the cuts and assemble the bird feeder (not counting time looking at plans etc). So let's get started on this build a bird feeder project.Unless you live in the desert, this will just create a big mess and waste bird seed. I think the roof is heavy enough to stay in place without any attachments, but it would be simple to hold with a single screw or to drill a hole and attach with bolts or a latch.