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We featured this Copper Oriole Feeder from Duncraft in Birds & Blooms magazine, and readers went crazy for the design!

We featured this Copper Oriole Feeder from Duncraft in Birds & Blooms magazine, and readers went crazy for the design!

DIY squirrel proof bird feeder (the story is cute!)

The Battle of the Backyard - Me vs the Squirrels

DIY squirrel proof bird feeder (the story is cute!)

ゆるさない、ゆるさない、絶対にゆるさない!!!! ……と、お怒りモードな人にはなるべく近づきたくないものだが、それが動物の赤ちゃんとなると話がちょっと違ってくる。 …

Makes you think of "Bird Bath" in a whole new way.  Ha ha ha!

Creative Bird baths - DIY Garden Decor Projects

Makes you think of "Bird Bath" in a whole new way. Ha ha ha!

Treehouse, Norfolk, Virginia    photo via shepard

Treehouse, Norfolk, Virginia photo via shepard

Cornell "All About Birds" website - great source of information on feeding and identification

About Suet, Mealworms, and Other Bird Foods

Cornell "All About Birds" website - great source of information on feeding and identification

What a beautiful shot!

What a beautiful shot!

A backless birdhouse that suctions to the window so you can see inside...how cool

Window bird house

A backless birdhouse that suctions to the window so you can see inside...how cool

Japanese Crane

Japanese Crane

comida pro passarinho

comida pro passarinho

Bird feeder garlands

Bird feeder garlands

Hook Fruit Bird Feeder.

Hook Fruit Bird Feeder.

Wood ducks leaving the nest... Photo credit: Karin Thorell...

Wood ducks leaving the nest... Photo credit: Karin Thorell...

Attracting Nesting Birds with Better Birdhouses - Birds and Blooms

Attracting Nesting Birds with Better Birdhouses - Birds and Blooms

Succulents... Look like sparklers!

Succulents... Look like sparklers!

Similar to a previous idea, string apple slices, cranberries, and walnuts on a string and hang from a tree in your yard. The cranberries really give your yard a Christmas feel, and the birds will love them!

10 DIY Winter Bird Feeders - Page 9 of 11

Similar to a previous idea, string apple slices, cranberries, and walnuts on a string and hang from a tree in your yard. The cranberries really give your yard a Christmas feel, and the birds will love them!