Bird feeder hooks for your deck or dock
Yankee Magazine's Panty Hose, Hot Peppers, Tea Bags, and More--For the GardenRodale. 2005. ISBN: 0899093949,9780899093949. 316 pages.
Where better to recycle, reuse, repurpose, and reinvent than in the garden, where innovation and frugality go hand in hand? Throughout these pages, you'll discover more than 1,000 ideas for using common household items or things you'd normally toss out in unique and unusual ways in your vegetable and flower beds. Why make a special trip to the garden center or home supply store when the solution might be lurking right in your garage, your closet, or your pantry? Using these clever hints,...
The Backyard Bird Feeder's BibleRodale Books. 2000. 368 pages.
"It happens to the best of us--it's the height of feeder season, the yard is filled with customers, and you realize the birdseed can is empty. I learned my solution at my mother's knee--ransack the kitchen for anything remotely edible! Stale bread, withered fruit, and peanut butter are all fine fill-in-the-gap foods." Pull up a chair next to the window looking out on your bird feeder and join author Sally Roth in an informative, inspirational, and often light-hearted look at the foods,...
Big Book of Bird Houses & Bird FeedersSterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2017. ISBN: 1402713738,9781402713736. 235 pages.
Big, beautiful, and filled with breathtaking photographs and unique projects, this is one book every bird lover simply must have. It’s got everything, from design considerations to construction basics to a jaw-dropping assortment of feeders, baths, and houses to make. Information on the planning stages explains how to choose the right home for a particular bird, discourage unwanted guests, and mount and site the piece. There’s advice on feeding habits, too, but the main feature is the...
The Bird Feeder BookLark Books. 1995. ISBN: 0806902965,9780806902968. 144 pages.
“Delightful color gallery of bird structures that are truly works of art!”—Country Decorating Ideas. “Complete plans and detailed instructions for building fascinating bird feeders, birdhouses and bird baths [that] range from the practical to the outrageous. In addition, there is advice on feeding, mounting, siting...and preventing predators.”—Women’s Circle.