So I scrounged a couple a cans a paint some time back, three cans were different shades of white so mixed themand all is fine. ;) Two others were cans dry as a brick. :( The last one had the color dobbed on the top I thought a deep deep red, will probable never find a use for it. :s Then I built a bird house and not wanting to spend any $$$ on it painted the main body with some left over house paint, then it hit me the red might look cool on the roof. Opened the can and it was indeed a DEEP s...
I created a video on what I did to build a Bird House with a clear plexiglass window on the back of the house. This was a fun and quick project to do on a weekend. Check out the video below or read more about it over at woodlogger.com Here is the end result
I had no idea that the results were in and i came on line to find my email in box full of congratulations, I want to say thank you so much for your support in this contest and i want to say congrats to all of those who made such beautiful birdhouses…there were so many that i thought would be winners, and you all did a wonderful job, i want to say thank you to all of you who are my friends here , it means a lot to me to have your respect, and i want you all to know i love and respect you...
My family awoke, early last week, to -30C with a -40C windchill. I was choked. Somebody told me that The groundhog, aka Punxsutawney Phil, Seer of Seers, Prognosticator of all Prognosticators, didn’t see his shadow. I thought, “This groundhog is nuts!” We should be prepping the boat and getting ready for a great spring. But noooo, now our backyard rink is covered with drifting snow, and the garage doors are frozen to the ground. I quickly headed over to Phil's Offici...
Just got this in an email from my wife who works for Mass F&W: You Can Help: Urgent Housing Need for Wood Ducks in Massachusetts There is an immediate housing need in Massachusetts that conservationists can all support! Wood ducks are one of the few kinds of waterfowl that nest in cavities or holes in trees. There are not enough natural cavities available in the state for nesting, but constructed boxes have filled the gap. While wood ducks are still wintering in warm, southern clime...
A mother Squirrel took over one of our bird houses, & had Three kittens. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is the proud Ma Ma. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Enjoying the penthouse patio. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It’s sure crowded in here.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~One morning I was kneeling on the dock, & this baby came over by ...
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