Found this on “Kate’s Creative Space” and really loved this idea! It’s fun for kids to make it and good for the birds to have. That way, kids also learn to take care of animals in need Thanks Kate for this lovely idea!
Originally posted on Kate's Creative Space:
In the aftermath of Sandy across the Eastern Coast of the US, our week of wet and windy weather here seems to pale into insignificance. I hope that if you’re reading this from across the pond you’re safe and well, unscathed by the havoc the storm has wreaked. In our small corner of England, the stormy weather is proving traumatic for the garden birds arriving here for the Winter months. Stories abound of weary birds dropping from the skies into the waters around coastal harbour towns, metres from reaching dry land, after days of flying in battering, gusty winds. Harry and I have decided to launch our own garden bird SOS by making a myriad of DIY bird feeders, to welcome the exhausted new arrivals and help to fatten them up for the chilly months ahead.
Making birdseed feeders is one of the messiest and most fun kitchen projects; it’s…
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