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32 Creative DIY Bird Feeders A great round-up on DIY Bird Feeder projects from around the Will Fill Your Garden With Birds
Making a bird feeder using the plant saucer and garden enjoy feeding the birds in the winter season to make Bird fat balls
The squirrels can climb the pole to the bird feeder! I make a paste of shortening and dried hot peppers which I blend together and then apply to the pole. The squirrels slide down when trying to climb and get a big surprise when trying to lick off the shortening! It has been a couple of weeks and th
Here's a quick diy / How to video on just how easy it is to create a platform bird feeder. Some stores charge 10-20 bucks for a platform was free after eating some delicious general tsao's chinese food MM MM GOOD. Things needed:Empty chinese food containerSome type of.metal.anything you have hanging
I found this funny little guy stuck inside of my "squirrel proof" bird feeder. I have no idea how he was able to get into there. It's 6 feet off of the ground and hanging by a 3 foot chain. After completely filling his face with seed, he can't seem to fit though the cage to get back out. H
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This amazing platform feeder is really loved by birds. We are in Beta and making it to sell on Amazon. The goal is to make one so the pole and platform feeder fit in one box and sell at a reasonable price. This feeder is big, appx 24" x 24" outside diameter. Birds love it as there is easy
This method really works for keeping squirrels completely out of your bird feeder. I've experimented with several different ideas and finally created an inexpensive way to keep the squirrels out of the bird seed.I tried a multitude of things that did not stop them from getting in the feeder:1. Vasel
Squirrel on greased bird feeder pole. Brilliant idea, works great
Trying out our Hero 3 Black Edition with the GoPro iPhone app to monitor and record some birds on our feeder. Pretty cool! You can watch from the house and just turn it on and off when needed. Could have used some better light, but you get the idea!Thanks for watching! Be sure to subscribe!Back grou
The Effortless Birdfeeder is a revolutionary new product in bird feeders. With it's free-standing base you can put it just about anywhere you like! The base easily fills with sand so it's heavy enough to withstand wind and still light enough that you can pick it up and move it somewhere else when yo
Here's a saloon-style bird feeder that is sure to attract attention from all the night owls out there. It's made from two inexpensive 6-foot untreated fence boards from the local home center (since pressure-treated boards might be harmful to our feathered friends). It has three bar stools and wooden
This bear proof pole is 12 feet tall made of galvanized steel and cemented in the ground. It also has a raccoon and squirrel baffle and is manufactured and sold by The Bird Store and More in Sturbridge MA
Use these simple step-by-step instructions from Lowe's Creative Ideas to assemble a bird feeder for your feathered friends. Find project details here: Assemble the platform by attaching the slats to the rails with glue and brads. Bring in the ends and secure. Assemble the feed spreader using glue an
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