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I used fence pickets for the roofing material for the bird feeder.I used pieces from a 1 X 8 pine board for the Hopper End Pieces and two 1 X 2s for the tray framing, support for the screen and for the perches.We're trying to attract and feed birds, not to make beer out of bird seed.This would seem to be an easy fix by simply increasing the size of the overhang of the roof.
These are fairly easy bird feeder plans for first-time builders, yet is very attractive, especially to the birds!Full disclosure: I used a chop saw for making the square cuts, a circular saw and clamps for the miter and kerf cuts and a staple gun to attach the screen. If you don't feel confident with making the kerf cut, the glass or plexi-glas could be mounted on the outside with sealant and large pan-head type screws to help secure it in place.The glass will be mounted permanently instead of being removable, but better to be safe than sorry.I have also taken pictures in order to simply the process (a picture is worth a thousand words).I estimate that it would take a beginner between 2 to 4 hours to make the cuts and assemble the bird feeder (not counting time looking at plans etc). So let's get started on this build a bird feeder project.