Great for Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into lengths; bird seed ~ With a sharp knife, cut the orange in half and scoop out the flesh. Pierce 4 small holes on opposite sides, about from the top edge of each half .
Provide for Nature: Cast-off cultivator tines are perfect perches for a host of summer bird treats. Oranges, apples, and a mesh bag filled with sour cherries beckon birds. When the season for fresh fruit passes, dangle suet cakes and protein-packed peanut
DIY fruit bird feeder: Use any wire but it will need to be strong enough to make sure it holds the fruit in and doesn't spring ‘down and out’. Floral wire is good. Use apples, oranges or strawberries. -What an inventive idea and a great DIY project to try
MaryJanes and Galoshes: Starbucks Bird Feeder- Tutorial Move the glass bottle down lower into the can. Love the idea it needs to be modified. Wonder if I could do this as a gravity feeder for the gerbils.
Bird Watching in the Garden ~ Feed them fresh fruit.Baltimore Orioles love oranges and Cardinals love grapes! (Be careful if you have dogs, as grapes are poisonous to dogs.make sure the grapes aren't somewhere your dog can eat them.
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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.