projects in a safe area on a work bench at a height approximately
Wear eye protection. Eye injuries are the most common assembly mishap.
Keep hardware and tools away from children and infants; store away when not in use.
Decide whether entrance hole is
to be on the left or right side of the nest box. See examples above and
Align front panel (triangular piece with entrance hole) with base
(largest piece) so that entrance hole is toward the top of the base.
The top of the base has two extra pilot holes which accept screws to fix the
Also align front panel with three holes in the base which are inset from
the edge. The base can be flipped side for side and end for end as
pilot holes are bored completely through. Note the front panel is inset
from the edge of the base and the back panel is flush with the edge.
Attach front and back panels
to the base with wood screws using a screwdriver (screws included).
Back panel must be aligned so that pilot holes accept bottom panel screws.
Leave screws loose until bird house if completely assembled.
Attach bottom panel to front
and back panels with wood screws. Note extra pilot holes are on the end of
the bottom panel. Attach roof to the base and bottom panels.
Mount bird house securely with large screws through pilot
holes in back panel.