Not only are bluebirds a treat for the eyes and ears, they do a great job of keeping insects at bay. Builiding a bluebird house is a DIY project that will pay off all summer long.
By Mick TelkampMore in Outdoors
Buy or source a 5’ x 5-1/2” x 3/4” plank of untreated wood. Pine or cedar are excellent choices, but any untreated wood will do.
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