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Blueberry Cage to keep the birds out!

comments (2) May 31st, 2010 in Project Gallery
bxj6 bxj6, member


My customer was tired of feeding her blueberries to the birds. If the birds achieve access to the blueberries now, they are either very smart or very large! Everything is bolted & screwed together. We used hurricane straps and metal fastners for the hip roof. We then covered everything with 1" galvinized wire and added a treated 2 x 6 at ground level so that trimming the grass will be much easier.


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Comments (2)

wayjan wayjan writes: As a woman,I would like to build this for my blueberry bushes. Do you have plans or maybe a list of materials I would need to complete this project.On a scale of 1-5 what is the difficulty level? 1 being easy.
Posted: 7:29 am on July 11th

mattjg1981 mattjg1981 writes: DO you have plans / parts list? I am looking to build a similar structure in my garden.
Posted: 7:30 am on July 31st

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