DIY Bird Feeder - Plans for a See-Through Bird Feeder
Free plans for building a wooden see-through bird feeder.
Wooden See-Through Bird Feeder
A DIY bird feeder can be simple and easy to assemble. However, this type of bird feeder is more difficult to build than some of the other bird feeders on this site. This bird feeder has glass on all sides, and the bottom is
open so birds can leave or enter as they wish. In building your bird feeder, make sure to add a baffle or deterrent if you have squirrels in your neighborhood.
Seed-eating birds are readily attracted by the use of small grains such as oats and wheat. Bread
crusts or crackers may be placed in the food shelter with the knowledge that the birds will eat
them. If you are purchasing seeds for the birds, get sunflower seeds, hemp, canary seeds or millet. Suet and some vegetable scraps, like apples, raisins, celery and lettuce are enjoyed.
Your DIY bird feeder can be used for a real banquet of tasty bird treats. Determine what types of birds are around your property, so you can have the kinds of snacks on hand your little feathered friends prefer.