Cindy Quertier
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Make this bird cake as a winter gift to the birds in your yard! (Just beware, you need lots of bacon fat for this one!)

Make this bird cake as a winter gift to the birds in your yard! (Just beware, you need lots of bacon fat for this one!)

The peanut free bird seed recipe called for . . .  1 package of unflavored gelatin 1/2 cup of warm water 3 tablespoons of light corn syrup 3/4 cup flour 4 cups bird food (we used some bagged seed, but you can use lots of other thing too) non stick cooking spray We dissolved the gelatin in the warm water, and then mixed in the corn syrup and the flour.  This makes the glue that holds the seed together.  After that, we mixed in the seed.  Press into cookie cutters with pipecleaner to hang

The peanut free bird seed recipe called for . . . 1 package of unflavored gelatin 1/2 cup of warm water 3 tablespoons of light corn syrup 3/4 cup flour 4 cups bird food (we used some bagged seed, but you can use lots of other thing too) non stick cooking spray We dissolved the gelatin in the warm water, and then mixed in the corn syrup and the flour. This makes the glue that holds the seed together. After that, we mixed in the seed. Press into cookie cutters with pipecleaner to hang

Use plastic Easter eggs to make these Spring treats for the birds in your garden.

Use plastic Easter eggs to make these Spring treats for the birds in your garden.

Did you know February is Bird Feeding Month? Making a recycled bird feeder is a fun and easy activity for kids and a great way to get to know the local wild birds. It's also an opportunity to learn about animals' basic needs. We had fun with this make, courtesy of the RSPB kids website. Find more on LighthouseLearning.com

Did you know February is Bird Feeding Month? Making a recycled bird feeder is a fun and easy activity for kids and a great way to get to know the local wild birds. It's also an opportunity to learn about animals' basic needs. We had fun with this make, courtesy of the RSPB kids website. Find more on LighthouseLearning.com

Recipe for bird seed molds  3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup water, 1 envelope unflavored gelatin,  3 T. corn syrup   Mix together then add bird seed.  Spray molds with nonstick spray. Press seed mixture into molds.  Put straw all the way through, leave 2-3 hours. Remove straw, lay on wax paper, allow another 2-3 hours or overnight.  Hang in tree by twine through straw hole.    "In order to see birds, it is necessary to become part of the silence"  Robert Lynd

Recipe for bird seed molds 3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup water, 1 envelope unflavored gelatin, 3 T. corn syrup Mix together then add bird seed. Spray molds with nonstick spray. Press seed mixture into molds. Put straw all the way through, leave 2-3 hours. Remove straw, lay on wax paper, allow another 2-3 hours or overnight. Hang in tree by twine through straw hole. "In order to see birds, it is necessary to become part of the silence" Robert Lynd

winter food cake for birds  For this project you will need:    - 150 grams of shortning  - 200 grams of birdfood mixture (birdseed, sunflower seeds, chopped nuts, oats, coconut flakes, raisins,    etc...  - two cleaned and dried yoghurt cups  - metal hook, ribbon or netting material  - scissors  - ribbon for hanging

winter food cake for birds For this project you will need: - 150 grams of shortning - 200 grams of birdfood mixture (birdseed, sunflower seeds, chopped nuts, oats, coconut flakes, raisins, etc... - two cleaned and dried yoghurt cups - metal hook, ribbon or netting material - scissors - ribbon for hanging

Love this different way to make an outdoor bird feeder ornament.  Love the little sticks (twigs for me) on the side for the birds to sit on!

Love this different way to make an outdoor bird feeder ornament. Love the little sticks (twigs for me) on the side for the birds to sit on!

Make an easy Cheerio Bird Feeder with your little one this summer to keep their fingers occupied and make some birds happy via Wait Til Your...

Make an easy Cheerio Bird Feeder with your little one this summer to keep their fingers occupied and make some birds happy via Wait Til Your...