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Birdie abodes…

After carving birds for about 6 years, I decided to make custom bird houses for a change of venue.  Here are just a few of the many houses I custom-made for friends and on commission.  All the houses were constructed from white cedar to withstand the elements.  Notice there are no perches on the houses.  Perches only give predators a place to rob the nests of either eggs or nestlings.  While I was in the “bird mode”, I took a home study course  from Cornell University on ornithology, which greatly increased my knowledge of our fine feathered friends.  Always remember: “be kind to your fine feathered friends, for a duck may be somebody’s Mother”.

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  1. You also made that great Noah’s Ark house for Ann that is still in good shape and it is at least 7 years old!

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