Hanging Robin Bird House Plans

June 29, 2012
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It is always fun to mount bird houses different ways. This is a set of hanging robin bird house plans. You can easily mount it by using a small hook at both ends of the roof in order to attach a chain. After this is done you can hang the chain to a tree and attach the chain to the hooks.

Below we have posted a how to guide for building this set of hanging robin bird house plans. We hope you enjoy and if you are looking for some custom bird house plans then don’t hesitate to ask through our comment forms.

Hanging Robin Bird House Plans Video Guide

We have also include some 2D prints for you to print out and take into your work space.

2D Prints of these hanging bird house plans

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2 Responses to Hanging Robin Bird House Plans

  1. Ann Eisinger on November 23, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Again, I so love your site. I have made a few of your hanging robin houses. We are planning on putting out many different bird houses in the Spring.
    I have a couple of questions. If I make enough drainage holes in the robin houses and put them out this winter as bird feeders, then stop putting out bird seed in the Spring. Will the robins then use them as nesting houses? Should I take down the feeders in the Spring, and then put up different houses?
    Any suggestions/expertise in this area is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you, Ann Eisinger

    • spoiledbirds on November 23, 2012 at 12:22 pm

      Ann,

      I have personally never tried that before mainly because I live in the south and winter is not much of a winter. I wonder how well your houses will fair in NY..(That is where you said you lived, right?)

      I think you are on the right track with inviting the birds into those houses. I don’t think it would hurt to try.

      ~Garret

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