DIY Peanut Feeder for Birds by birdsandblooms: Peanuts are an inexpensive and nutritious food for birds. Serving them in the shell in this mesh feeder makes it hard for squirrels to snack, while woodpeckers, blue jays and nuthatches have little trouble breaking the shells with their bills. #Bird_Feeder #Peanuts #birdsandblooms

DIY Peanut Feeder for Birds by birdsandblooms: Peanuts are an inexpensive and nutritious food for birds. Serving them in the shell in this mesh feeder makes it hard for squirrels to snack, while woodpeckers, blue jays and nuthatches have little trouble breaking the shells with their bills. #Bird_Feeder #Peanuts #birdsandblooms

Attract Beautiful Songbirds to Your Yard - Build any of thirty-five different styles of bird houses, bird feeders and bird baths with free, DIY project plans from BirdsAndBlooms.com

Attract Beautiful Songbirds to Your Yard - Build any of thirty-five different styles of bird houses, bird feeders and bird baths with free, DIY project plans from BirdsAndBlooms.com

Recycled Bird Feeder from mesh fruit bags.  Peanut butter, vegetable shortening; melt in a microwave for 1 1/2 minutes on high.  Mix in quick-cooking oats, cornmeal, and flour.  Pack mixture into paper cups and cool.  These will keep in the refrigerator for long while.  Hang upside down in a mesh bag and your birdy friends will love it.  Hang it where you can enjoy the view!

Recycled Bird Feeder from mesh fruit bags. Peanut butter, vegetable shortening; melt in a microwave for 1 1/2 minutes on high. Mix in quick-cooking oats, cornmeal, and flour. Pack mixture into paper cups and cool. These will keep in the refrigerator for long while. Hang upside down in a mesh bag and your birdy friends will love it. Hang it where you can enjoy the view!

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