Printable Bird Feeder Plans - A Practical Way to Keep Bird Feeder Blueprints

I found that printable bird feeder plans are such a practical solution to keep them from getting lost. There are a lot of books and magazines on the market about bird feeders but they eventually get lost or damaged in the making of the bird houses.

I remember when I was in fourth grade, I had to do a project in school. My dad and I decided to make a bird feeder. He had purchased a book with bird feeder plans in it and he told me I would be allow to pick which one I wanted and that we would make it together.
Well, when the time came to do the project, guess what, he could not find the book anywhere. Turned out that he finally remembered that he let a friend borrowing it a few months before and he could not get the hold of him. How embarrassing!

I was waiting outside while he was searching the whole house for the book.
He finally decided to go to a book store and buy a new one. It was all right but the new book got really dirty after being in the workshop for a while and after I got my dirty fingers all over it. Then it got lost again. This was twenty five years ago and we did not have this thing we have today: the internet.

My dad went through the same scenario last week but this time with my height year old son. He saw all the bird feeders and bird houses in his yard and he asked him if they could make one together. Sure! This time he was so well prepared for this he looked like a high tech grandpa.

He has this woodwork plans database access on the internet. So they went together on the computer and started looking at all the bird feeder plans available. My son wanted to do them all, my dad just wanted to do one for the time being, so my son picked his favorite one. Then all he had to do was to print it out! He even printed two copies so my son could keep one to show his project in class.

Then they went outside in the workshop together and with left over pieces of wood, they were able to make the bird feeder together following the plan. My son loved it, he was marking the wood pieces and helping to put them together.                                                                                                                     When I came back to pick him up, they showed me the nice bird feeder they had made. I told my dad that the plans were a lot easier to get the hold of that when I was little, and we both remembered the story of the book.

So use the printable bird feeder plans option to keep all you woodworking plans in one place, where you can choose and print out as you go. To find all your woodworking plans, go to my first page at and enjoy the printable version!