Birds do use bird feeders, although in some instances they resist utilizing the feeder. Location, the type of bird seed used, and the presence of other animals such as squirrels can deter birds from using a feeder. More »

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Crows are generally larger than most common feeder birds. Feeders, such as long seed tubes that are surrounded by a rubber-coated mesh, allow smaller birds to enter and feed and prevent access from larger birds. More »

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To make a bird feeder, cut a piece of PVC pipe to 140 degrees, and then cut dowel rods and boards to make a frame for the feeder. Use screws and wood glue to assemble the feeder. A bird feeder can be assembled in an hour... More »

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You can make a plastic bottle bird feeder by cleaning a 2-liter plastic bottle and removing all labels, cutting two small holes at the base of the bottle, one small hole on either side of the bottle near the top and two ... More »

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As of December 2015, free bird feeder plans are available from websites for Birdwatching Bliss, Birds & Blooms, Wayne of the Woods, and Woodworking for Mere Mortals. The Birdwatching Bliss plans have step-by-step instruc... More »

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To make a bird feeder, cut a piece of PVC pipe to 140 degrees, and then cut dowel rods and boards to make a frame for the feeder. Use screws and wood glue to assemble the feeder. A bird feeder can be assembled in an hour... More »

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An easy way to make a bird feeder is to use a natural material such as a pine cone, or household items such as bread, tea cups and wine bottles. In the fall, pine cones can be collected and used by attaching a string to ... More »

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