There are all types of Robin bird house plans that are available to use in order to build a robin bird house. The most important aspects to consider when choosing a robin bird house plan is that it doesn’t have a front wall and that the base is around 8″ x 8″ in dimension. These two aspects of a robin bird house are essential because robins only build nests in open box type of bird houses and their nests are specific size. Make certain that the robin bird house design that you choose fits these two requirements.
We have posted a video walking you through this set of open box robin bird house plans. If you need 2D prints of these plans, just scroll below the video and you will find images of the prints in order for you to print and take with you.
Open Box Robin Bird House Plans
2D Open Box Robin Bird House Plans Prints
This print is a front view.
This print has both the side wall and the roof measurements. Scroll down for the angle measurements in order to make the appropriate cuts.
Side wall angles and far roof angles. To make sure that these angles are cut correctly we recommend first using a protractor to mark the appropriate cut line.
These are the angles that join the two sides of the roof together. They are exactly the same but make sure you cut them in the right direction.
These measurements are for the space between the top of this bird house roof and the top of the back piece. Theses dimensions can be changed according to your desire. If you move the bird house up, then you will simply have the back piece extended below the bird house which can give you an extra place to put a screw in order to connect it to a tree.
This is the inside dimension of the height of the side walls. This is the longest dimension and is taken from the very point to the bottom.
This back print is really easy to follow. We even gave you the dimensions of one of the angled sides. You can use this in order to not have to use a protractor if you don’t want to.
Your bottom print of this bird house.