Building Extreme Birdhouses
Today there are all sorts of extreme versions of things, but have you ever encountered extreme birdhouses?! In the September issue of More of Our Canada, John Looser of Belgrave, Ont., shared his crafty Canadian side with us. Read his story for more on how he builds these massive avian abodes, but in the meantime, here are some inspiring images of his creations!To see even more of John’s work, visit his website: http://extremebirdhouse.com/
This bird palace is made from 100 year old reclaimed barn wood. It has 4 towers, 6 balconies and 76 rooms.
This mansard style house is made from white cedar. It has 19 rooms and a roof top pool.
I got the idea for this bird hotel from the Wellington Hotel in Guelph Ontario. It has 82 rooms and a roof top pool.
This is my largest birdhouse to date. It is 9 ft x 9 ft and has 103 rooms. The wood is 150 years old.
This was my first church style birdhouse. It is made from 120 year old reclaimed barn wood.