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The Book of Birdhouse Plans - 11 DIY Bird House Building Ideas You Can Build to Attract and Retain Birds Plus Tools Placement and Maintenance Tips to Get You Started - cover

The Book of Birdhouse Plans - 11 DIY Bird House Building Ideas You Can Build to Attract and Retain Birds Plus Tools Placement and Maintenance Tips to Get You Started

Phil Yates

Publisher: Phil Yates

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Summary

Do you wake up and stand by your window just to listen to songbirds brighten up your day with their melodious chirpings? Do you have a thing for birds and would love to know how you can attract them to a birdhouse? Then read on; this should spark your interest…

Why birdhouse building?
Everyone who has taken the time to pay attention to nature has come to appreciate the uniqueness of birds. They are essential factors of the ecosystem. To a large extent, they propagate good cropping systems; if you have a garden, this will be highly beneficial.
Birds don’t only act as man’s companions; they also help serve man in many ways. This is why having a birdhouse is to your own great advantage even as it is to them. It is also an advantage to the society in general.

The birdhouse serves as a safe house for birds to live in. Although it is quite easy to make, as it doesn’t really require too many skills; however, building a birdhouse is not as simple as making just any other thing. There are basic principles that must be followed when building a birdhouse; this is what this book is about and what it hopes to help you achieve.

Asides from learning the principles, you will also get to learn and;

	Understand the concept and history of birdhouses
	Understand the importance of building a birdhouse
	Familiarize with the common tips and tricks used in building a birdhouse
	Become acquainted with the basics in constructing a birdhouse
	Be educated on the essential tools and supplies needed in making a birdhouse
	Know the possible ways of securing your birds from predators
	Discover the appropriate height to place your birdhouse safely
	Be guided on the steps to build 11 simple birdhouses that attract birds with pictorial illustrations included
	Discover possible problems in building birdhouses and how to avoid them.

And lots more!

What more?

This book will surely guide you on your journey to making a great birdhouse to attract birds. It isn’t one you should skip for any reason.
Help make the ecosystem a safe place, and get a copy of this book RIGHT NOW to get started

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