Plexiglass bird house – Owning birds as pets or for breeding and selling requires many special adaptations. For some small birds like parakeets and finches is an indoor Bur sufficient. But to accommodate the large parrots, cockatoos, flocks of small birds and breeding birds, the aviary is necessary. Wild birds will easily build nests in artificial birdhouses. To place a nesting box inside the aviary functions as a protection for the birds at night and encourage breeding.
How to make a plexiglass bird house; determine the placement of the birdhouse. Cutting plywood with an electric saw. Cut Plexiglass 1/2 inch larger on all sides than the front. The back of the birdhouse becomes clear that the breeder can look for eggs and follow the development of the baby birds. Draw where the Plexiglass will decrease with a pencil, use a ruler and run scoring knife along the edge of the drawn line. Do it again, pressing harder, to penetrate into the Plexiglass. Size of the opening to suit the type of bird. Provide nesting material.
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After that to make a plexiglass bird house, place the house together. Place the cut pieces together at one table to form the finished product so that you know what the piece will go there. Add non-toxic glue along the bottom of both side pieces and place them on the body, lining up the edges. Let it dry. Then nail the bottom to the sides by turning the house upside down and pounding nails through the bottom of the side pieces. The nails strengthening adhesive. Place the front, with the cut holes on the bottom and the sides. Secure it in the same way as the sides were secured to the bottom. Place the roof of the house with the same method above. And then drill four holes in each corner of the plexiglass, 3/4 inch from the sides. Place the Plexiglas on the back and screw in wood.