| Winter is upon us and some of the little critters out there need some help. This week we are going to build a squirrel feeder to make the squirrels winter a little easier. I made this project from scrap wood since it's going to just hand outside. This is a great project to help introduce you child to woodworking.|
Cut a 14" X 5" X 3/4" piece for the back.
Cut a 8" X 5" X 3/4" piece for the base.
Cut a 4" X 4" X 45° 3/4" piece for the base support.
Drill 2 countersunk pilot holes in the back of the back piece to mount the base 4" up from the bottom.
Drill 2 countersunk pilot holes in the back to mount the support.
Drill 1 - 1/4" hole about 1/2" down and in the center of the back for hanging.
Drill 1 countersunk pilot hole in the base to screw it to the support.
Drill 1 countersunk pilot hole up from the bottom of the base 2 3/4" back from the front and in the middle for the table.
Assembly these three parts using glue and screws.
Stick a cob of field corn on the nail and hang it in a near by tree. The squirrels will love you and it looks nice too.
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This is what it looks like: