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  • Betsy DeLong

    leave out left over yarn scraps for the bird's nests!

  • Ann Bush

    Yarn scraps in suet feeder for birds nests :-)............Now that is a great idea! Think of all the soft colorful nests!!

  • Kelly McGregor

    What a cute idea!! Want to help out our feathered friends? Save your scrap yarn, twine, and string and throw it in a suet feeder or decorate some tree branches with it so the little tweeters can come and fetch your offerings for their nests!

  • Jwhiz Crochet

    Yarn scraps in suet feeder for birds nests :-) I have SOOO much scrap yarn I have nothing to do with!

  • A Cook and Her Books

    Adding bright yarn scraps to bird feeders. Ornithologist approved | fiberfarm #birds #nests #birdwatching

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