By: Anushka Jha
Gather quality wood, screws, and appropriate tools. Check materials are weather-resistant for long-term birdhouse durability.
Choose a simple yet functional design. Prefer a sloped roof to prevent water accumulation and adequate ventilation for bird comfort.
Select a quiet, secluded spot away from predators and human activity. Check easy access for cleaning and maintenance.
Determine the appropriate entrance hole size based on the target bird species. Refer to a birding guide for precise dimensions.
Provide nesting materials such as twigs, grass, and feathers to attract birds. Create a cozy environment for nesting success.
Set predator guards to deter squirrels, raccoons, and other threats. Make sure the safety of nesting birds and their hatchlings.
Regularly clean and inspect birdhouses to prevent disease and assure functionality. Replace any damaged parts promptly.