Birds bring color and a flurry of activity to one's yard. And there is no better way to attract the fluttery feathered creatures than by offering food. Bird Feeders is a collection of 19 attractive designs that are as enjoyable to build as they are to view. Detailed step-by-step instructions describe how to build each of the decorative yet functional, easy-to-make projects. As an added benefit, readers will learn how and what to feed backyard birds, and how to keep competitors and predators at bay.
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Ed Baldwin is a woodworker and author with more than 25 books to his credit. He also writes a newspaper column, The Weekend Workshop, which is syndicated nationwide.
"The do-it-yourself projects in this book range from a simple suet holder and a "seed depot" made from a plastic gallon milk jug to a thistle seed dispenser and a bird gazebo that looks as complicated as the full-scale structure.
The book is so clearly illustrated with step-by-step instructions it is ideal for teaching yourself to work on increasingly complicated projects as you learn by doing."
Source: Sara Pitzer, Salisbury Post
November 22, 1998
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