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Suet bird feeder

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Easy Bird Feeder Kids Can Make, a beautiful Bird Feeder Wreath to decorate your yard and attract the birds #springcraft #craftvideo #birdfeeder

~Eggshells for the birds~ I also crush dried eggshells and leave them scattered on the surface of my greens garden bed throughout the winter before I turn my soil for spring planting.  Birds land and take the shells left exposed.  But this idea is prettier. Eggshells left that the birds do not take then are mulched into my greens soil to provide mineral soil amendments in calcium, boron, magnesium, all the minerals found in eggshells.

For many years, I have saved eggshells to give to the birds. Eggshells are a good source of calcium, which they need for their bones and to help their eggs have a stronger shell. When I'm cooking with eggs, I place the eggshell back in the carton and save it until they've all been used. Then, I place them on a piece of foil and put them in my toaster oven at about 350 degrees. I bake them for only a few minutes, until they are slightly browned. Be careful not to overcook. Then, I put them in…

butter in two ways. Most of it is used simply as a bird feeder food to attract birds for Jan’s and my enjoyment (and Project Feederwatch counting). The feeder is a log with holes drilled 3/4 to 1 inch into it to hold the bark butter.

I call it a “Bird Magnet”, especially for some birds that aren’t too interested in the sunflower and thistle seeds we put in most of our dozen bird feeders. Bark butter is a great…

Now that winter is over it is nesting season for wild birds. It is too warm for Homemade Suet Cake so I am turning my ...

Now that winter is over it is nesting season for wild birds. It is too warm for Homemade Suet Cake so I am turning my Suet Feeder into a nesting material station for the wild

Orange Bird Feeder, Bird Seed Ornaments, Easy Birdseed ornaments for kids and adults to make, Homemade Bird Feeders like the pine cone bird feeder, apple bird feeder, Plastic Bottle Bird Feeder, DIY birdseed ornaments and Bird activities for kids #birds #birdfeeder #homemadebirdfeeder #birdseedtreats #birdseedornaments

Orange Bird Feeder, Bird Seed Ornaments, Easy Birdseed ornaments for kids and adults to make, Homemade Bird Feeders like the pine cone bird feeder, apple bird feeder, Plastic Bottle Bird Feeder, DIY birdseed ornaments and Bird activities for kids.

4 ingredients

Produce
  • 1 Orange, Large
Tools & Equipment
  • 1 Twine
Other
  • Birdseed
  • 4 Wood skewers
Homemade Oriole Food Nectar - Attracting Orioles

How to make homemade oriole food nectar from a sugar and water recipe plus how to attract orioles with other foods and nesting materials.

Your local wild birds will surely thank you for taking the time to make a Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder. It’s a simple craft that is easy and fun for kids of all ages, especially preschoolers. #toiletpaperrollbirdfeeder #forkids #kidscraft

These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY to make and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty! They are ideal for temperatures all the way up to 13ºC (55ºF). What a fun little project for the backyard!

These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY to make and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty! They are ideal for temperatures all the way up to 13ºC (55ºF). What a fun little project for the backyard!

Lard or vegetable fat (you need one that will stay solid at room temperature).     Bird seed     Dried fruit     Raw peanuts     A small bundt pan     Twine

Keep your feathered friends happy by adding a wild bird suet feeder to your yard. Suet feeders are easy to make with few ingredients.

No Melt Suet – My Secret To Having Birds Beg Me For More | The Birders Report

Brigitte took these photos of me making suet last night Here in northern California it can get really hot in July and August. We're talking sometimes over 115 degrees! So I began making my own "no melt suet" and the birds absolutely LOVE it! Sure I have put out the store bought stuff and they