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DIY - Backyard Bird Nesting Materials - Did this today for our spring birds that are coming soon. The alpaca fur, vegetable dyed coconut fibers and natural wool yarn scraps were all purchased on #etsy, and I have plenty left over for re-stuffing. The suet cages are found online for cheap; mine are from, all three for under 10$ with shipping. Put next to your bird feeders and watch the fun when spring mating season begins. :D


This guide is very handy for getting to know what birds your have in your garden. You can tailor the food your feeding to help their species thrive. Find our Bird Feeding guide at © BBC Wildlife. Identify garden bird nests.


Feed Chickens For Free by Planting Perennials

You can drastically cut the cost of chicken feed by planting these 12 perennials for a free source of chicken food!


Orioles in an Instant | Birds & Blooms: "You don't need a special feeder to invite orioles to your yard this spring. Just take an old suet cage feeder and fill it with oranges instead. The orioles will love this special treat!...Try putting grapes or berries in a suet feeder to see what feathered friends you can attract."


Love our beautiful cardinals! What a beautiful bird feeding station! No wire small enough to "cage" them but still intricate.


diy bird cage! how beautiful!! This could work for bunnies as well.: Bird Aviary Ideas, Birds Cages, Budgie Cage, Bird Cages For Birds, Diy Bird Cage Ideas, Wardrobe


DIY Armoire Aviary

The owner and creator of this armoire-turned-aviary didn't always keep such an elaborate home for her birds. Her zebra finches were previously confined to a small cage with hardly any room to fly. So, using an old wardrobe as a starting point, the creator added support and turned the wardrobe into a beautiful aviary for her feathered friends...