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70birds

Birdhouse Plans Index

70birds

Birdhouse Plans Index

Bluebird Birdhouse Plans

6 birdhouse plans for 3 bluebird species and 2 swallow species.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
A popular pastime is to install and maintain bluebird trails, lines of a number of bluebird houses spaced specific distances apart and much is written on the hobby.
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Mount bluebird houses 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. This birdhouse might attract either bird in that overlap-area. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in woodland clearings, tree grove edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds.
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
1 1/2″ entrance holes are recommended for tree swallows. Yet a pair of tree swallows were observed nesting in this swinging birdhouse with a 1 3/8″ entrance hole. So it is included here as well as the side mounted house. You could adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole. It can also be installed in a fixed position on walls, posts and trees.
Side Mounted Birdhouse
Side Mounted Birdhouse Plans
You could also adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole for swallows. The volume and 1 3/8″ side entrance hole in this nest box normally accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers.
 

Bluebird Birdhouse Plans

6 birdhouse plans for 3 bluebird species and 2 swallow species.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
A popular pastime is to install and maintain bluebird trails, lines of a number of bluebird houses spaced specific distances apart and much is written on the hobby.
 
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Mount bluebird houses 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. This birdhouse might attract either bird in that overlap-area. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in woodland clearings, tree grove edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds.
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
1 1/2″ entrance holes are recommended for tree swallows. Yet a pair of tree swallows were observed nesting in this swinging birdhouse with a 1 3/8″ entrance hole. So it is included here as well as the side mounted house. You could adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole. It can also be installed in a fixed position on walls, posts and trees.
 
Side Mounted Birdhouse
Side Mounted Birdhouse Plans
You could also adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole for swallows. The volume and 1 3/8″ side entrance hole in this nest box normally accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers.
 

Bluebird Birdhouse Plans

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6 birdhouse plans for 3 bluebird species and 2 swallow species.

Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird Birdhouse Plan
A popular pastime is to install and maintain bluebird trails, lines of a number of bluebird houses spaced specific distances apart and much is written on the hobby.
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Western & Mountain Bluebird Birdhouse Plans
Mount bluebird houses 3′ to 6′ high in partial sun and shade on posts in woodland clearings, grove and shelter belt edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
Eastern Bluebird & Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Birdhouse Plans
See each bird species page for areas where their ranges overlap. This birdhouse might attract either bird in that overlap-area. For eastern bluebirds mount this house 3′ to 6′ high in woodland clearings, tree grove edges bordering fields, among scattered trees, or pasture fence lines.
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Tree & Violet-green Swallow Birdhouse Plans
Bluebirders often place tree swallow birdhouses within groups of bluebird houses because they protect their territory from sparrows, grackles and other intruders, yet are good neighbors to bluebirds.
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
Swinging Wren Chickadee Birdhouse Plans
1 1/2″ entrance holes are recommended for tree swallows. Yet a pair of tree swallows were observed nesting in this swinging birdhouse with a 1 3/8″ entrance hole. You could adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole. It can also be installed in a fixed position on walls, posts and trees.
Side Mounted Birdhouse
Side Mounted Birdhouse Plans
You could also adapt this birdhouse with a 1 1/2″ entrance hole for swallows. The volume and 1 3/8″ side entrance hole in this nest box normally accommodates Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens and Downy Woodpeckers.

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