We have gathered a super collection of free, simple, birdhouse plans (nesting boxes) that will attract birds to your backyard and garden. These beginner woodworking projects make a great family activity and will give you great bird watching opportunities. Learn where to place your birdhouse. Find more bird related ideas.
Collection of free bird house plans
1. Simple Birdhouse – You can make this easy to build birdhouse from a single board in approximately one hour.
2. One-Board DIY Birdhouse – This simple DIY birdhouse is made from a single board and requires only a few tools to assemble.
3. Cute Hanging Wooden Bird Box – uses a recycled coffee can or PVC pipe and a few pieces of wood.
4. Approved PVC Blue Bird Nest Box Plans – Build this birdhouse in under an hour using PVC pipe and a small piece of wood.
5. Approved PVC Bird Box Plans – a great afternoon project. Enjoy having bluebirds, swallows, chickadees, nuthatches, warblers, woodpeckers, wrens nest on your property.
6. License Plate Birdhouse – uses wood on the sides and bottom and an old license plate for the roof.
7. Modern Birdhouse – uses 2×4’s to create a birdhouse with a modern style. Let the bird’s know you are open for business.
8. DIY: Simple Bird House – this easy-to-build and functional birdhouse is great for bluebirds and chickadees.
9. DIY Birdhouse – simple plans to make your own birdhouse. Most of all, the builder and the birds will adore this birdhouse!
10. Sparrow Box – this unique design can accommodate more than one breeding pair.
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Did you know: Birds are very beneficial and provide a natural pest control from insects like bugs, moths, and caterpillars. Therefore, a birdhouse will be providing you two benefits.
11. The Green Roof Birdhouse– this birdhouse combines a living roof on the top.
12. Cedar Double Bird House Planter – this birdhouse doubles as a planter.
13. DIY Classic Birdhouse – this simple, quick project will quickly get your feathered friends hanging out in your backyard.
14. Chickadee House. This birdhouse is designed to attract chickadees which are year-round residents. The steeply sloped roof gives it a striking touch.
15. Peanut Butter Birdhouse – Take a plastic jug (e.g., an old peanut butter container) and convert it into a birdhouse!
16. Church Birdhouse – combines metal and wood to create a birdhouse that looks like a church.
17. Wren Birdhouse – this birdhouse is designed for wrens or house finches. The roof has a hinge that allows you to open and close it.
18. Church Birdhouse – this birdhouse looks like an old wooden church that you might see in the country.
19. Outhouse Birdhouse – this birdhouse combines wood and a galvanized steel roof to look like an old outhouse.
20. Texan Birdhouse. This tall birdhouse is extra tall and hence is called the “Tall Texan.”
21. General Store Birdhouse – the front of this birdhouse has the look of an old western style general store.