Robin yumm yumm

1 slice of wholemeal bread soaked in water

200g of bird seeds
Soak the bread in water for 5 mins then break into small
pieces and mix the two together
Form into small balls and leave out for birds
( the wee robins i feed loveeee it)

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Mar 06, 2014
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robin yumm yumm NEW
by: Brook

Please use common sense and caution when feeding wild birds. Birds can not derive any nutrition from bread and if it has any mold on it the birds will most likely die, also the preservatives and sugar can be fatal for them. With ducks the bread bloats in their stomach and kills them. The American Robin is an insect, worm eating bird and by nature doesn't eat seed products, they should never be fed anything their bodies were not designed to process.

Mar 05, 2014
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Which Robins? NEW
by: Judy-Seattle

After reading your enticing recipe for Robins, I have to ask where do you live? When you say "wee robins", I picture those cute little English robins. In America what we call "robins" are much larger birds in the Thrush family and like to eat earthworms and berries, but not seeds. They probably got named "American Robin" because of their burnt-orange breast.

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