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Step by Step instruction video on how to make a birdfeeder for your garden birds
~ In the Winter time garden birds need more looking after , especially when food sources become scarce in cold season times ~ Fat is a really good medium to carry birdseeds in, as it provides extra nutrition for the different kind of birds that visit your birdfeeder ~ A pincone bird feeder is a project that can fit even in the tiniest of gardens or even a balcony or extented from a windowsill
~ If you live nearby a wood then go for a walk to fine a really beautiful pinecone to make the base for your homemade pine cone bird feeder ~ in the video below we use lard and a birdseed mixture but you can also try popping corn and stuffing the pinecone birdfeeder with freshly popped unsalted, unsweetened popcorn and watch the birds go crazy for it
~ Once you made a homemade birdfeeder for your garden birdwatching can become a fascinating hobby. I have a birdwatching book right next to my kitchen window so I can identify the different species of bird that come to visit the pinecone birdfeeder.
~ I also use niger seeds to attrqact all kinds of finches and by the looks of it the pheasant is enjoying a little treat too
How to make a pine cone bird feeder.. Step by Step Instruction Video by Maya at
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