We also need to make place for our fellow creatures and birds are one of them. We need to offer feeds to them and today we will be listing some creative ideas to offer recycled bird feeders at your place. So without making any further delay let’s check out the list and start adopting this strategy to give a place for your new friends.
Upcycled Plastic Bottle Feeder
You can use your empty plastic bottles and convert them into stylish bird feeders. Cut out windows for the birds to access the seeds, and attach perches made from twigs or disposable cutlery. Hang these colorful creations from tree branches, and watch as birds enjoy a delightful dining experience.
Teacup Hanging Feeder
Your old tea cups are a good element for setting a place to feed birds. You can able to create a beautiful hanging bird feeder using your old cups. Simply glue the cup to the saucer, fill it with birdseed, and hang it from a tree with a colorful ribbon. This whimsical design adds a touch of vintage elegance to your garden.
Toilet Paper Roll Feeder
Save those cardboard toilet paper rolls to make quick and easy bird feeders. Cover the rolls with peanut butter, roll them in birdseed, and hang them by threading a string through the roll. It’s a straightforward yet effective way to provide a tasty treat for your avian visitors.
Milk Carton Feeder
You can convert your empty milk or juice cartons into bird feeders with a touch of creativity. Cut out windows, paint the carton in bright colors, and fill it with birdseed. Hang it with a sturdy string, creating a delightful bird-friendly diner.
So which strategy you are going to adopt to feed your new friends? Do let us know in the comments section below and stick with us for more interesting updates about nature and sustainable lifestyles.
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A passionate advocate for all natural and sustainable ideas. With a background in sustainable economics science and a deep love for nature, Sojy has dedicated his career to promoting eco-friendly practices and encouraging others to live a more sustainable lifestyle. He is an avid hiker, gardener, and cook, and loves experimenting with natural ingredients in his recipes and lifestyle routines. Sojy believes that small changes can make a big impact and is constantly seeking out new ways to reduce his carbon footprint and inspire others to do the same