The instructions are quite simple. Add a post bracket to the bottom of an eight-foot-long 4×4 post (paint it first, if you wish) and pound it into the ground. My dad says you could also use sono tube and concrete post holes depending on how soft or firm your ground is. Screw on a bracket (from which you’ll hang your feeder), top with a fence post cap and voilà. An attractive bird-feeder stand.
DIY glass jar bird feeder. Supplies: a glass jar, a wooden spoon, a ribbon, bird seeds, clear tape How to make it: Attach the wooden spoon to the glass jar using tape. The handle will serve as perch stand for the birds. Wrap gingham ribbon around the glass jar and tie a knot. Fill the glass jar with bird seeds. The trick: Birds need food like seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts, dried fruits, cereals alone or mixed with lard or unflavored gelatin.
Wooden bird feeder plans - these easy to make, and free bird feeder plans, are easy to understand and follow. This particular homemade bird feeder is made entirely of old fence boards, so it doesn't cost anthing except a few nails and a small piece of aluminum screen.