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Winter Warmer Plans for Chickadees,
Nuthatches, Titmice, Downy & Bluebirds


 
Winter Bird Warmer Dimensions
 
 Winter Bird Warmer
 

Chickadees, Nuthatches, Titmice and other species that remain in winter climates will gather together and cuddle in these warmers cozy.  The Winter Warmer is constructed with Red Cedar.  Wood stock is rough-cut on both sides so birds can grip interior and exterior surfaces.

It has a 6" by 6" floor, 9" inside ceiling, 1 3/4" diameter entrance hole located at floor level. 

Hinged roof provides easy access for monitoring and cleaning.  Shutter hooks secure roof in closed position. 

Assembled with corrosion resistant screws.  Pilot holes in both primary and secondary work pieces makes for easy assembly with screwdriver in minutes.

Mount in the sun on a tree, post, or wall between chest level or just out of reach.  Check regularly for cleaning.   


 

 

Winter Warmer Plans
Use Rough-Cut Stock

Winter Bird Warmer Assembly    Stay Safe   Wear Eye Protection

 

 

 

 Assembly

Safety First

Assemble woodworking projects in a safe area on a work bench approximately waist high.

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.

 

Assembly Instructions

1) Fasten Right Side to Back Panel with screws. 2) Fasten Floor to Right Side and Back 3) Fasten Left Side to Back Panel and Floor. 4) Fasten Front Panel.

Assembly Instructions

5) Fasten Hinges to Roof with Small Screws 6) Fasten Roof and Hinges to Back Panel. 7) Fasten Shutter Hooks to Roof and Sides with Round-head Screws 8) Mount Nestbox with Large Screws at appropriate Height. (see specific species mounting height and habitat.)

 

 

Birds That May Use Winter Warmers

 

 Black-capped
Chickadee

 

 

Mountain Chickadee

 

 

 Carolina Chickadee

 


Chestnut-backed Chickadee

 

 

White-breasted Nuthatch.

 

 Red-breasted Nuthatch
 

 

Brown-headed Nuthatch

Brown-headed Nuthatch

 

 

Pigmy Nuthatch

 

Tufted Titmouse

 


 

Plain Titmouse

 

 

Boreal Chickadee

 


Siberian Chickadee

 

 

 

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