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  • Jennifer Ward

    Birds and Slinkys and Peanuts, oh my! - Make A Bird Feeder From An Old Children's Toy

  • Randy-Rhonda Harrison

    A bird feeder that attracts blue jays: A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts.

  • Stephanie Krone

    Bird Feeder: a wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts or large suet maybe? Cheap, would look neat in the garden

  • Jennifer Hall

    Make a bird feeder out of a slinky and wire hanger which is perfect for big birds such as blue jays.

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