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  • Nicki Corridoni

    don't know what to do with your scrap yarn? put it in a bird feeder and let the wild birds use it for nesting materials!

  • Eileen O'Hare

    What a great idea! Yarn scraps in a suet feeder ~ bird nesting materials

  • Evelyn Rangel

    cheap bird feeder + shortish strands of yarn gives area birds nesting materials. approved by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Audubon Society.

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