Consolidating bird feeders into homemade station
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The garlands are made with oranges, apples dipped in peanut butter and bird seed, and the round disks are homemade suet. We also made a few ornaments, using the directions for the DIY Bird Seed Ornaments we shared a couple years ago.
In addition to the right snow, you need just a few supplies to construct a snowman bird feeder…A snowman feeder is easy to clean and refresh so birds can use it all winter long.
When most of the food is consumed, scrape away a thin layer of snow to remove any hulls, feathers, feces or other debris.
The suet is very easy to make, here’s is what you will need… Aqua Mason Jars filled with bird seed and a tea light and an old lantern were tied on with twine.
Building a snowman is not only a fun winter project, it can also be a creative way to add to a backyard bird feeding station.
Along with building birdhouses, my Dad would fill his multiple feeders daily and watch the birds from their deck.