Another project for the Bird's. My version of a Suet Feeder (did a little reading up on these) Stands 23" high with the tail block and 7" wide out of Cedar and finished with Howard's
Started with a tall box / cylinder, then cut a 45* at the top for the roof panels. The bottom has a filler block with the tail block attached from the inside. The Tail Block is to help the larger birds have a place to rest their tail, (never knew that), so I added it in the build. I put a perch towards the bottom cut at 30* (used the drop from the angle cut as additional support for the perch). The perch and the block that holds the Hardware Cloth can be changed out if it gets really nasty. Everything else was glued and nailed with TB III.
It did take a bit to bend the cage to fit, I wrapped it around the back of the block, 1 to keep the ends from the birds, 2 to try and keep the squirrels out. The second one went quickly.
Note this could easily be adapted for one side only.
Thanks for looking and comments are always welcome and appreciated.