Birds in house – Finches are partial to nesting in smaller shrubs or trees. However, they will use man-made birdhouses from time to time. The best way to encourage finches to use birdhouses in your yard is to restore the birds’ natural nesting habitat. You can buy a store-bought fine house, but if you want to make your own, you can do so using items found around the house, such as an empty plastic milk jug, some twine and a dowel rod.
Birds in house cut a large circle around the handle of a clean, empty milk jug. Then remove the handle and discard. And then use a utility knife or scissors to cut the hole. If the edges of the cut jug are rough, use sandpaper to smooth them down. And drill four 1/8-inch holes, evenly distributed, in the bottom of the milk pitcher. Then these are drainage holes. And then cut a 1/4-inch X on the side of the milk jug, using a knife, 3 inches from the bottom of the jug.
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Insert a dowel rod to one of X and out through X across it. Then place the lid on the pot permanently, with hot glue. This will keep the lid fall, exposing the inside of the birdhouse. Tie a piece of 2-foot-long twine around the neck of the jug. Fill the inside of the milk jug with dried grass and leaves. This will make the birds in house more welcoming.