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Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Season changes and so is your garden. After all, you are always in desire to make your garden peaceful and beautiful to look at. Aside from the green pasture and the blooming flowers, what adds up to the elegance of a garden are the friendly animals that play around it. Best of them are the gracefully flying and humming birds. So as those people with the green thumb say, your garden is healthy and pretty if lots of birds are always in it.

Thus, with all of that said, you must provide a shelter for you garden friends where they can stay and have some food.

Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Attract Beautiful Birds To Your Beautiful Garden

Bird feeders is all you need to attract birds and make them stay long in your garden. Here are the things, tools and the steps for you to make a good one.

Supplies:

  • Empty water bottles
  • Dowels
  • Wire
  • Funnel
  • Nyger seeds

Tools:

  • Drill

Steps:

1. Drill holes on the water bottle.

Drill holes on the water bottle | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Drill the holes where you will insert the dowels and create the openings of the feeder accessible to the birds.

2. Insert dowels in the holes.

Insert dowels in the holes | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

These dowels will be the resting area of the birds as they feed.

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3. Add marbles.

Add marbles | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Adding marbles at the bottom make the seeds easier to access by the birds.

4. Place the nyger seeds inside the bottle.

Place the nyger seeds inside the bottle | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Put the seeds in the feeder.

5. Add a wire to the lid for hanging purposes.

Add a wire to the lid for hanging purposes | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Place a wire connecting to the lid so that it will be easy to hang this feeder outdoors.

6. Place a funnel on top to secure the lid.

Place a funnel on top to secure the lid | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Secure the lid and the wire with a funnel. Funnels can also add colors to the bird feeder.

7. Hang it!

Hang it | Complete This Easy DIY Bird Feeder In 7 Steps Or Less

Now once you’re done, all you have to do is wait and watch out for the birds to drop by your bird feeders.

Here is the full video of the tutorial:

This project was so easy and it didn’t take that long to complete. No need to buy those fancy bird feeders in  stores. Empty water bottle, some tools, and a little bit of imagination take all the tool for you to have the coolest bird feeder.

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