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DIY Bird Feeder

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

Free DIY bird feeder plans. Create an inexpensive, contemporary, tray or platform bird feeder for your backyard. Whether it is

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

Free DIY bird feeder plans. Create an inexpensive, contemporary, tray or platform bird feeder for your backyard. Whether it is

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

Free DIY bird feeder plans. Create an inexpensive, contemporary, tray or platform bird feeder for your backyard. Whether it is

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

Free DIY bird feeder plans. Create an inexpensive, contemporary, tray or platform bird feeder for your backyard. Whether it is

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

Free DIY bird feeder plans. Create an inexpensive, contemporary, tray or platform bird feeder for your backyard. Whether it is

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How to Make Pinecone Bird Feeders

These pinecone bird feeders are so easy to make! This is such a fun craft for kids of all ages. Kids, teens, tweens, adults, seniors - Who doesn't love watching a little bit of wild life in their backyard!? Each pinecone bird feeder takes about 10 minutes to make... maybe even less? The best part is that you can add as much or as little peanut butter and birdseed as you like. If you want, you can absolutely LOAD your pinecone with peanut butter before dipping it in the birdseed. It's just that if you do that, it won't look

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The 4 BEST Bird Feeders For Cardinals (That Actually Work!)

Check out the 3 BEST cardinal bird feeders in my backyard and learn the foods that attract them. BONUS! 6 Tips for Feeding Cardinals that will help you see more birds, including the 3 best foods to offer.

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DIY Cardinal Bird House - Construct101

Construct101 › Forums › Submit Your Project › DIY Cardinal Bird House Tagged: bird house This topic has 1 reply, 1 voice, and was last updated 1 year, 6 months ago by GregT. Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total) Author Posts November 8, 2019 at 11:00 pm #52532 Jim1611Participant Built using these …

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DIY Sunflower Tower Bird-Feeder

I recently conducted a class for the Master Gardener chapter that I'm a member of on making bird-feeders utilizing natural sources, recycled materials and re-purposed items. Of course the best bird-feeder is what nature provides: nuts, seeds and fruit from native trees, shrubs and wildflowers (and native insects)... Here's my hand-out for my "bird" talk I give: Creating a Bird Garden But - this class was all about creating bird-feeders and I came up with a few originals and I experimented with several I found on the Internet. Sunflower seeds will attract the widest variety of birds (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1980) and I wanted to demonstrate a feeder that specially offered this seed. My inspiration for this feeder was actually a similar design that I saw at Walmart for around $15.00... Supplies: Two 6" terracotta saucers 1/4" mesh hardware cloth Glass and tile drill bit - 1/8" 3/32" vinyl coated wire rope (about 2 feet) 1/8" ferrule and stop set Zip ties Pliers, drill, wire cutter Start by drilling 1/8" holes in the center of each saucer. It's pretty easy to drill these holes with the appropriate drill bit. I also purchased a ceramic bird (to set on top of the feeder) and drilled a hole in the top of the bird also (Michael's $2.00). Roll the hardware cloth into a tube that will fit inside the flat bottom part of the saucer. Using a wire cutter, carefully snip all the sharp edges of the hardware cloth. - I folded the vertical edge of the mesh to give an added protection of any sharp edges... Fasten the tube edges together using zip ties. Pull the ties closed on the inside of the tube then cut off the excess. Thread the wire rope through the top saucer, mesh tube and bottom saucer. Using pliers clamp the ferrule and stop onto the wire at the base and top. Because I had an extra piece of hardware cloth and the appropriate drill bit, this feeder cost less than $10.00 to construct. Hardware cloth is fairly expensive though and I'm not sure if you can purchase only a small portion. The $15.00 Walmart feeder might be cheaper in the end, but I like the looks of this one much more! Male Cardinal, Male Goldfinch and Female Purple Finches Male Goldfinches and House (or Purple?) Finch Male Goldfinch and Downy Woodpecker Heritage Chickens! This feeder has quickly become the most popular feeding station. The mesh cloth prevents very little birdseed waste, but if any sunflower seeds do fall to the ground - they are quickly devoured by my busy flock of foraging hens... I invite you to "like" my Facebook page to see all the Market happenings and my latest DIY projects! Click on this link: Rebecca's Bird Gardens (Facebook) Outdoor Wednesday Down Home Blog Hop I'd Rather B Birdn' Wild Bird Wednesday Nature Notes Clever Chick Blog Hop Nifty Thrifty Tuesday

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DIY Bird Feeder Plans (Simple Homemade Feeder)

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