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DIY: Bread house for the birds! A clever use for stale bread. and the birds will love it! But it may NOT BE a very good house when BAD RAIN/SNOW weather comes,. The bread will get very wet and mushy, and it will NOT A BE A DRY SHELTER for the birds.

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Bird house Old wood. Snowman bird feeder, such a cute idea. dishes into bird feeder

Heutzutage sind Vögel nicht mehr willkommen unter den Dachbalken der Häuser und diese Nistplätze fehlen den fliegenden Freunden ganz gewaltig. Klaas Kuiken hat sich da ein Mitbewohner-Prinzip einfa…

dutchdzine: Birdhouse This is a whole new style birdhouse. Cleverly put on top of the roof tiles. Nowadays birds are not welcome under roof tiles anymore, so they lost a beautiful place to make nests. Design by Klaas Kuiken

Similar to a previous idea, string apple slices, cranberries, and walnuts on a string and hang from a tree in your yard. The cranberries really give your yard a Christmas feel, and the birds will love them!

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girl scout camp craft: feed the birds ~ * Walnuts (halved, save the meat for trail mix!) * Bird Seed * Peanut Butter * Cranberries(frozen or dried), raisins, apples, popcorn and other bird safe treats


For the birds: Use a bundt pan, fill will cranberries, bird seed, nuts add water and freeze. Hang with a strong string and watch the birdies and squirrels enjoy winter treat.

Birds feeder

DIY::Repurposed / Upcycled Hillbilly Bird Feeder Something to do with all those muffin tins.

This could be a good way to re-purpose leftover gingerbread houses...make them into bird feeders/houses!

[do this with the kids.] "Ginger-bird House" - decorate a gingerbread house for the birds with popcorn, pretzels, peanuts, sunflower seeds, & a colorful variety of bird seed.

Good observation skills for the girls..and fun too!

This is cool if they actually nest in there! Window Nest Box- Backless bird house with suction cups for the window- you get to watch the birds and hopefully even see baby birds hatch!

Bird feeders

Inexpensive projects using common household materials. Terrific ideas for all ages. Some are easy enough for toddlers and others are perfect for teens or crafty grown-ups. Great way to help your neighbourhood birds make i

A backless birdhouse that suctions to the window so you can see inside...how cool

Window bird house

How exciting to be able to watch birds build their nest and hatch their babies right from my own window. Love the simple yet sturdy construction. The natural wood can be left as is, or finished.

How to get hummingbirds to nest in your garden.

How to get hummingbirds to nest! I love the mosaic look of the moss that humming birds sculpt onto their nests. Humming birds are very allusive but some people have actually trained them to trust the human hand.

11 starke Upcycling-Ideen zum selber ausprobieren - DIY Bastelideen

We made this from an old pallet, an empty wine bottle, and thrift store martini glass (plus a little leftover copper wire for hanging). The bottle slides out for easy filling

40 + ideas for attracting, feeding, and entertaining birds in your garden. (curated by Barb Rosen)

Home Tweet Home ~ for the birds! Idea Box by Barb Rosen

For the birds. 40 + ideas for attracting, feeding, and entertaining birds in your garden. (curated by Barb Rosen)

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!

Feed the Birds: Mix peanut butter and vegetable shortening, melt in the microwave for minutes. Mix in quick-cooking oatmeal, cornmeal, and flour. Pack into paper cups and let cool. Remove cups and put in mesh bag.