Synopses & Reviews
Step-by-step illustrations and simple designs inspire the beginning woodworker; more complex projects stretch those with more experience.
Unique designs help you to attract a variety of birds to your garden.
Projects require only the basic tools and equipment found in most do-it-yourself home workshops.
Designs range from classic and simple to whimsical and ornate. Includes easy-to-follow instructions, materials and tools lists, and ideas for how
to finish, decorate, and weatherproof the birdhouse.
Written for all levels of woodworkers, this book contains charming and imaginative designs for building both traditional and unique birdhouses and birdfeeders--from a simple cabin to a gothic castle. Projects require only basic tools and equipment found in most home workshops. Full color throughout.
About the Author
Mark Ramuz is the editor of Traditional Woodworker magazine. He specializes in step-by-step projects for the beginning woodworker. Mark lives in Surrey, England.
Table of Contents
Safety, Tools, and Equipment
Making the Projects
New England Schoolhouse