Free plans for bird feeders including suet feeders, platform feeders, wood hopper feeders and more.
Attract a wide variety of birds with a bird feeder you build yourself or with your kids. Choose from a simple bird feeder to an elegant bird feeder and build it with one of the plans below.
Build a bird feeder for endless hours of backyard bird watching pleasure.
This simple bird feeder allows for gravity feeding, the hinged roof allows for easy filling, and this feeder has plenty of room for hungry birds.
This platform bird feeder has a screen so the rain can run through and the bird seed will dry out well after the rain.
Learn how to build your own bird buffet and attract wild birds all year long.
Make your own birdhouse and bird feeder in one! Use birdseed biscuits or a solid birdseed block and your bird visitors will be satisfied and refreshed.
This bird feeder features a top that slides up a cord, allowing you to easily remove the seed bottle. Seed bottle is a regular water bottle.
Build a tray birdfeeder from one board – great beginner’s project.
For birds who would rather land on a platform to eat, this feeder will be an inviting stop. The ¼ inch wire mesh holds enough suet to last a long time.
Mount this easy large hopper feeder on a post in your yard for all your fine feathered friends.
A Simple Bird Feeder
Step by step instructions for building a bird feeder that is easy to fill with birdseed and can stand on its own.
Build a wooden hexagon-shaped bird feeder that has a screened bottom to allow bird seed to dry out when conditions are wet.
Construct a suet feeder by following this plan with diagrams and materials list.
Build a simple bird feeder that has a roof that opens for easy filling of bird feed. Easily holds up to 6 lbs. of feed.
This bird feeder can be secured on top of a post or hung from a tree with a wire.
An easy suet bird feeder plan for using a log of any length as a feeder. Includes a recipe for suet.
This bird feeder is a large 18″ tall vertical feeder for your back yard. It will accommodate 6 feeding song birds at one time through squirrel proof holes.
To fill this cleverly designed bird feeder with seed, turn the threaded rod that serves as a hook. Then, simply lift up the roof and add the bird seed.
Simple Bird Feeder
A few pieces of ½ inch thick pine cut to the sizes indicated in the drawing will make a very inviting small feeding station for your feathered friends who stay in your vicinity during the cold winter months.
The design of this birdfeeder has clear plastic sides to show the feed level. It is strong enough to hold 6 pounds of feed and has a hinged roof for easy refilling.
Want to make a fun and simple bird feeder? Free simple directions on making a bird feeder out of pine cones.
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