Natural Handmade Birdfeeders

Stuff a scooped-out orange with a few simple ingredients and create a yummy feeder for the birds. The kids will love making the goopy mixture and hanging the colorful "baskets" from trees and shrubs.

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Hang the Baskets Outdoors

Carry the filled baskets outside and hang them from a shrub or tree for the birds to enjoy. Deciduous shrubs and trees with short, sturdy twigs are ideal; evergreen shoots may not be sturdy enough to support the weight of the baskets.

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