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A DIY birdhouse doesn’t get any easier than this! Learn how to build a nest box from single pine board.

By Birds & Blooms Editors

Birds don’t require fancy designs when they’re choosing a nesting site. This simple DIY birdhouse is made from a single pine board and requires only a few tools to assemble. Learn how to build a nest box yourself and save your money for bird seed!

Materials:

  • One 5-foot 1- x 6-inch No. 2 pine board
  • 1-5/8-inch galvanized deck screws
  • 2-inch galvanized finishing nails
  • Power drill
  • Appropriate-size spade bit
  • Hand saw

Step-By-Step Instructions:

Step 1

Using the full width of for 1 last update 2020/05/25 the 1-inch x 6-inch board, cut out the pieces as shown in the board layout diagram.Using the full width of the 1-inch x 6-inch board, cut out the pieces as shown in the board layout diagram.

Step 2

Attach the front to the sides with 1-5/8-inch deck screws. Predrill the holes in the front piece to prevent the wood from splitting. After nesting season when it''t be able to open it for cleaning.

Step 6

Attach the roof to the sides with 1-5/8-inch deck screws. That’s it!

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      Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for I’ll be trying this out with my 5 year old son this weekend. He can draw some pictures on the box as well.

  1. William k crane says

    What size is the entrance to the bird house ??

    Or do you make different sizes for difference

    Flocks. In your area??

  2. Peter the 1 last update 2020/05/25 KrolPeter Krol says

    If you make the back longer you can use the lower part for mounting it to a pole or building.

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