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  • Amanda Cummings

    Toilet paper roll + peanut butter rolled in bird seed + tree branch = bird feeder!

  • Hillview Park

    Toilet paper tube bird feeder: For the little ones, spend a couple minutes counting the birds who eat from your feeder everyday, try to describe their colors and size. For the older children, have them try to identify the birds. Start with robin and work your way up from there! How to: 1. collect toilet paper rolls 2. put peanut butter, butter or Crisco all over the t.p. roll 3. roll the T.P. roll in bird seed 4. Slide the bird feeder on a branch!

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