While all homemade pigeon coops vary, general materials required to build a pigeon loft include wood, concrete, screens and some form of bedding for warmth in cooler months. Additionally, builders will need tools, screws... More »

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Build pigeon sheds, more commonly called “coops” or “lofts,” with rough-sawn siding, chipboard, galvanized nails and eight-foot lengths of 2”x 4”, 2”x 2” and 2” x 1” wood. Other parts required include shingles, hinges, l... More »

The difference between cheap homing pigeons and racing pigeons is mostly to be found in their training and conditioning. Homing pigeons are specially bred and domesticated pigeons that are able to find their way home fro... More »

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A pigeon loft is built with plywood, concrete or wood flooring and a roof with ventilation and should be south-facing or facing toward the nicest weather direction. The size of the loft should provide ample space for the... More »

Build pigeon sheds, more commonly called “coops” or “lofts,” with rough-sawn siding, chipboard, galvanized nails and eight-foot lengths of 2”x 4”, 2”x 2” and 2” x 1” wood. Other parts required include shingles, hinges, l... More »

To construct a wood duck box, cut a 10x10 inch floor panel, four 24x12 inch panels, and a 15x12 inch roof panel. Cut a 4x3 inch circle on the front panel and attach the panels, except the roof, to form a box. Hinge the r... More »

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Complete plans for a wren birdhouse, including its size, materials and a video on how to put them together, is available on Birdwatching-Bliss.com. The plans also lists how to make the birdhouse's entrance size to match ... More »

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