How to make your bird box a bird-friendly box: the experts

Posted September 12, 2018 04:08:07 When I was growing up, we had a bird box that was really hard to clean, and we used to have to wash it all the time, and I think we cleaned it every night.

So when I was a kid, I didn’t know how to make my own bird box.

My grandmother taught me how to do that, and she was a professional artist, so I had to learn that.

My mother taught me the basics of what to do.

I just learned the basics and then learned the tricks.

So I’ve been doing it since I was like 14 or 15 years old.

I’ve always been trying to make it work for my bird, my family, my dog, my cats.

When I started making my own, I just figured it would be easier if I made it to scale.

I started at a backyard garden center, and when they asked me, “How do you make bird boxes?”

I was just like, “Oh, my God, I can’t do this!

I have to make them to make money!”

So I went to my local hardware store and bought a box cutter, and that was my first step.

I took the time to make a bunch of things, and then I started cutting them.

So in my little basement I made bird boxes, and in my backyard I made a bird house.

And I think it turned out pretty well.

It’s made out of plywood and corrugated metal, and it has a shelf and a bed and a window and a few things for my cats to sleep in.

I love it, and now I make a lot of bird boxes for people who don’t have birds to give them a home.

I don’t think anyone else would make it for them, because it’s very simple.

When you start making it, you learn to make things you can use, you can put in your own trash, and you can take care of it yourself.

And then when you’re done, it’s yours to keep.

So you’ll never have to go to the store to get something else to use.

[You can read the full interview with Ryan from the BirdBoxers blog.]