Websites that feature plans to build bluebird houses include the Missouri Department of Conservation, Birds and Blooms and BirdWatching Bliss. Each website provides images of finished bird houses, materials lists and step-by-step instructions.
The Missouri Department of Conservation provides a plan for building a bluebird house from a single piece of wood. In addition to building instructions and construction tips, this website also provides installation instructions, along with information about bluebird nesting patterns and ways to prevent other birds, such as sparrows, from nesting in these bird houses.
Birds and Blooms and BirdWatching Bliss each provide a bird house plan that requires a single piece of wood. Each website includes information about bluebird nesting habits, the best time to install a bird house and ways to maintain the structure. BirdWatching Bliss also provides an instructional video for building a bird house.
In addition, each of these websites feature information about bird watching, gardening and other outdoor activities. Each website lists additional bird house plans, including houses for purple martins, wrens and ducks. Website visitors will also find instructions and installation tips for building outdoor structures such as bird feeders, rabbit traps and squirrel dens. These plans include images and illustrations.