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Pine Cone Bird Feeders: melt peanut butter, butter and honey, then roll pine cone in mixture. Then roll in a bird feed mix. Tie a string to the top and hang in a tree, close to a branch.

DIY Pine Cone Bird Feeder , This one is for the bird lovers. Tie a cone on a yarn and dip it in a mixture of peanut butter, honey and margarine than into your favorite bird seed mixture. Your birds will love it!

Soup can bird feeders. Cute for recycling! And a kids craft. So many possibilities

Earth Day is drawing near, and DIY bird feeders are a great project for you and your kids to get closer to nature. Try one of these 9 eco-friendly DIY bird feeders!

DIY glass jar bird feeder. Supplies: a glass jar, a wooden spoon, a ribbon, bird seeds, clear tape How to make it: Attach the wooden spoon to the glass jar using tape. The handle will serve as perch stand for the birds. Wrap gingham ribbon around the glass jar and tie a knot. Fill the glass jar with bird seeds. The trick: Birds need food like seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts, dried fruits, cereals alone or mixed with lard or unflavored gelatin.

Easy DIY bird feeder from items in your own kitchen! Use an old mason jar or reuse a jar from the refrigerator, tie a ribbon around the center and stick a wooden spoon into it. Turn sideways and hang from a tree for an instant bird feeder.