Apple Cider Vinegar 1 capful to keep bird bath clean and reduce algae growth. Also provides vitamins & minerals to birds!

Apple Cider Vinegar 1 capful to keep bird bath clean and reduce algae growth. Also provides vitamins minerals to birds! Apple Cider Vinegar 1 capful to keep bird bath clean…

To keep algae growth from your bird bath drop some pre-1982 copper pennies in. I have what I would call a normal size bird bath & I use 7 pennies. The reason for the pennies being pre-1982 is that before that year, the pennies contained copper, a natural algicide.

To keep algae growth from your bird bath drop some copper pennies in. I have what I would call a normal size bird bath I use 7 pennies. The reason for the pennies being is that before that year, the pennies contained copper, a natural alg

Just a picture- painted aluminum cans made into little bird feeders. We made this as a family today :)

Just a picture- painted aluminum cans made into little bird feeders. We made this as a family today :) Mehr

DIY bird bath made with a lamp.  Like this idea although I would probably paint the lamp base a bright color.  Bet I could find some cool chunky 70's lamps at the thrift store

Try This: Make A Bird Bath From An Unloved Lamp

Turn an unloved lamp into a bird bath. (Tip: don't leave it plugged in) So many ppl throwing out ugly old lamps. Those lamps might not fit into the decor anymore. birds are not picky about how a lamp looks. Turn the lamp into a bird bath

Bird watching - Feed them fresh fruit - Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes

Bird watching - Feed them fresh fruit - Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes. Orioles love grape jelly too and if you put out either one, woodpeckers really like them too. Butterflies like them too.

Birding Suet Recipe - put in milk carton and cut into pieces when hardened

NWBirding Suet Recipe 2 cups lard 1 cup peanut butter cups masa (very finely ground corn) 2 cups hulled sunflower seed

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20+ Unique Bird Feeders - Lots of beautiful Bird Feeders

Bird Feeder from Cup and Plate! I added an extra plate below the bowl.My birds love it. Some "rest" on the bottom plate while others eat from the bowl. What a great idea. And under 8 bucks.

Repurpose something you already have and give your feathered friends a place to hang out

Repurpose something you already have and give your feathered friends a place to hang out diy upside down tomato cage / water fountain / bird feeder idea

Several bags of dollar store glass stones + a dollar store bird figurine = adorable birdbath. The blue stones look great even when the water dries up. 2014 L.Stowe

Several bags of dollar store glass stones + a dollar store bird figurine = adorable birdbath. The blue stones look great even when the water dries up.Stowe - also allows butterflies and small birds to enjoy the bath


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Pennies to keep the bird bath clean-how smart. The copper in pre1982 pennies keeps the algae from growing

To keep algae growth from your bird bath drop some copper pennies in. I have what I would call a normal size bird bath I use 7 pennies. The reason for the pennies being is that before that year, the pennies contained copper, a natural alg

Brick Birdbath

Brick by Brick Birdbath Many homeowners have spare bricks lying around. By stacking these into a pillar, you can build a sturdy birdbath base that needs only a bowl or tray on top to function as the water basin.

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A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts Oh yeah and one hungry bluejay. Should bluejays be eating peanuts? Clever usage of a SLINKY though!

Easy Suet Recipe To Feed The Birds: 1 cup lard, 1 cup crunchy peanut butter, 1/3 cup sugar, 2 cups quick cooking oats, 2 cups cornmeal, 1 cup flour, 1 cup birdseed Directions: Melt lard and peanut butter. Add sugar to the melted mix. Combine the remaining ingredients. Form blocks and freeze. Use recycled aluminum foil to freeze the mixture. The suet does not stick to the tin foil and you can use it over and over.

Easy Suet Recipe To Feed The Birds: 1 cup lard, 1 cup crunchy peanut butter…

No Melt Suet - My Secret To Having Birds Beg Me For More

"no melt suet" 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

Candy dish and candle stick upcycled into a glitzy bird feeder!

DIY Candy Dish Bird Feeder - Candy dish and candle stick picked up from thrift store. Glue the candle stick to the inside of the candy dish and you have upcycled into a glitzy bird feeder!

Looking for some ideas for simple DIY bird feeders that you can do as a family? Here are 25 of our favorites with instructions on how to make them at home

DIY fruit bird feeder: Use any wire but it will need to be strong enough to make sure it holds the fruit in and doesn't spring ‘down and out’. Floral wire is good. Use apples, oranges or strawberries. -What an inventive idea and a great DIY project to try

Beautiful bird-feeder idea!

Birdcage Bird feeder - great for where you have squirrel raiders!" best under cover so the seed doesn't mold. I covered mine with a clear plastic stiff sheet from a display box. Cut a slit in half way and slide over the chain.

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