What a great idea! Scrap Yarn Bird Feeder is an easy way to use up your scraps and help the birds build their nests after winter. When yarn is just too small to use for a knit or crochet project, don't throw it away; let the birds use the yarn instead.
Attract Orioles, Robins, Mockingbirds, Tanagers and more. Some of these birds are shy, so stay in a quiet place where you can watch without scaring them. Use a garden rake to affix the orange halves along the whole width of the head of the rake.
Bird Watching in the Garden ~ Feed them fresh fruit.Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes! (Be careful if you have dogs, as grapes are poisonous to dogs.make sure the grapes aren't somewhere your dog can eat them.
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[Cover the hole on both ends of the pouring spout for safety reasons.] ---------------- * * BIRD: " Me wouldz ask yoo in fer a spot of tea, but de pots bein' used. Soes allz de tea ran outta de spout to the ground.
These birdfeeders look just like our ever-popular hurricane lanterns - in fact, they're made from real lanterns. Each holds up to 24 oz. of sunflower or mixed seed and offers birds two feeding stations with comfortable perches.
MATERIALS NEEDED: Baby-food jar with a screw-on cap Hammer Large nail 3 feet of string Directions Put 4 holes in the cap with the hammer and nail. Fill jar full with nectar. Screw cap on and tie string firmly around jar neck.