Attract Beautiful Birds To Your Garden With This DIY Bird Feeders - A Must Watch Video

Birds aren’t just beautiful creatures that bring life and vitality to your garden and living space, they help you in your garden efforts by reducing pests.

Some species even help pollinate. What’s more, many bird species are endangered and require our help and protection.
By building a DIY bird feeder, you’ll attract more of these winged beauties to your garden, and reward them for their hard work. Some of these handmade feeders provide a fantastic opportunity for kids to enjoy crafting whilst learning about conservation and nature.
1.Wooden Spoon Feeder

A plastic soda bottle and a couple of wooden spoons make a great birdfeeder. You just have to make holes in the bottle for the spoons and be sure that you angle the spoons downward so that the birdfeed will drizzle onto them. This is a really cute idea and a great project for the kids.
2.Milk Carton Feeder
An old milk carton will make an adorable feeder. You can paint or have the kids paint a cardboard milk carton and then just cut a hold for the feed. You may want to put a wooden dowel or even a wooden spoon through so that the birds have somewhere to land when they want to eat.

3. Vintage Tea Cup Feeder
Watch the birds have a tea party with their very own vintage tea cup feeder. you can create a very unique feeder by gluing the teacup to the saucer sideways. It makes it look as if the bird food has spilled out of the cup. This is an adorable feeder and with a ribbon or string, you can hang it anywhere that you want to see pretty little birds.

4.Shoe Feeder
You can even make a bird feeder from an old shoe. If you are into whimsical and really unique things, why not nail a shoe to your tree and put your bird feed in there? Not only will the birds love you for feeding them, your neighbours are sure to think that you are the most creative person ever.

5.Toilet Roll Feeders
The first step to creating your own bird feeder is to coat a toilet paper roll in peanut butter. This acts as an adhesive to the bird food that you will then coat it with, then slide it onto any tree branch, which will bring all manner of feathered friends to your yard.

6.Eco-Friendly Egg Carton Feeder
requiring minimal supplies, this project is the ideal way to use up your egg cartons, which are biodegradable to boot.

7.Tuna Can Feeder
This DIY bird feeder is made from clean tuna cans. Fill it with mealworms (or birdseed if you’re squeamish) before sitting back and watching the hummingbirds flock to your backyard.

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