Making a milk jug bird feeder is fun and easy!
If you want to get your kids outside this and in touch with nature, then get them interested in bird watching, One of the best places to expose your kids to the wonderful hobby of birding is your own backyard. Kids love to learn and by nature are curious.
Bird watching is a great way to teach your children about the world of nature around them.
Most of us see wild birds as they fly by without taking the time to enjoy their beauty.
Since they are so far away and always moving, it is hard to get a good look at them.
If you want a chance to see birds up close, try hanging a few bird feeders around your yard.
You will be surprised how many birds you can attract. There are about 800 species of birds in North America.
You could probably find about 100 species near and around where you live. Many of them can be attracted with bird feeders. Even more can be attracted with water attracted with water.
One way to get your kids interested in the bird feeders around your yard is to make them yourself.
Making a milk jug bird feeder is simple and fun. This project can be completed in about 15 minutes.
While a milk jug bird feeder will not last forever, they are a lot of fun to make.
Aug 03, 18 11:34 AM
Early summer I had 3 flickers sitting on my deck railing in No. Ky. I think they were a family. Ever since, the one (juvenile?) has come several times
Jul 30, 18 03:58 PM
I have never seen this before. I have a flock of sparrows about 15 that are monopolizing my feeders. They keep all other birds at bay and eat all the
Jul 27, 18 06:43 PM
Small grey-brown slender bird with a hint of a crest hangs out on our Indiana country fence. Not a sparrow or titmouse. Not at all shy. I’m thinking maybe