With a few modifications, this clay pot will "grow" generations of wrens.
This is a clever container idea that also provides a cooler environment for your feathered friends. Best of all, this eco-friendly project takes just a few short hours to complete.
Follow these simple instructions and build your own kestrel next box.
With a few pieces of scrap wood and a recycled license plate, you can make an inexpensive birdhouse.
This handmade nest box will welcome robins and wrens to your backyard.
If you, your children or grandchildren have never had a chance to see the brilliant blue eggs of an American robin, here's a nesting shelf that may bring the wonders of nature right up close.
If you've longed for a birdhouse that actually allows a glimpse at what's going on inside, this one's for you.
Purple martins will think this Gourd Birdhouse is simply Gourd-eous.