Backyard chickeneer and woodworker.
It looks well-crafted. Hopefully, it won't be a cat-feeding station! You did a really good job. Is it glued or nailed together. If you re sharing lots of stuff on fb, I hope you bring it here. I will never see it on fb or the other site.
No cats in the yard. It's glued and has some small brads holding it together. I have a few design and building flaws I need to work on to make it easier and more productive/cost efficient. I normally take the best photos fro Fb and post them here.
Well, I won't be able to see your best. I sort of feel second-rate and cheated. I don't see any design or structural problems. I wish I had a saw and felt I could use it without cutting off my fingers. My sawing days are over. Besides, I am so allergic to sawdust and even finer particles. If you lived closer, I would share some wood that is 113 years old that came from my house when the porch was removed. I made birdhouses from it and won second place at the County Fair. I love homemade yard décor.
Okay, I see you put the best photos here. I misread.
Doesn't need to be perfect for birds. I think it's great! Be safe and stay warm!
I love that! Great job on inventing, Mike.