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01.09.2014
This feeder provides an unusually clear view of the squirrels that frequent it, because the bold critters actually climb inside the feed jar to eat! James designed the squirrel feeder with holes in the sides large enough for the furry critters to crawl through, but snug enough to make the structure feel like a nesting box.
While squirrels were his target audience, the feeder has attracted a few other interesting visitors, too. Assemble the front and sides of the squirrel feeder, then attach the assembled pieces to the base. If you'd like to make a beveled edge on the roof piece so it tightly meets the mounting board, cut a 15° angle on the back edge with a table saw.


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If you’d like to make a beveled edge on the roof piece so it tightly meets the mounting board, cut a 15° angle on the back edge with a table saw. All that’s needed is a 6-foot fence board, a handful of screws and a 1-gallon glass jar. Then position the rounded end piece—which keeps the jar from sliding out of the feeder—at the edge of the base. If it's too tight, use a rasp to round the inside curved edge of this end piece until the jar can easily be removed.


If it’s too tight, use a rasp to round the inside curved edge of this end piece until the jar can easily be removed.



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