Learn how to attract more wild birds - while saving hundreds of dollars and have fun doing so with our "Easy to Make Homemade Bird Food Recipes and Bird Feeding Tips".
We have used these homemade bird food recipes to attract wild birds that had never visited our feeders before and you can too! Whether you have had bird feeders in your yard for years or you are just hanging your first one, these homemade wild bird food recipes will help you attract more wild birds.
Along with more than 30 recipes are included many backyard bird feeding tips…
We have also included six great do-it-yourself bird feeder projects!
These projects are a great way to get your kids involved in bird watching. You will be astonished at how eagerly your children will rush to see what birds are eating from a bird feeder that they helped make.
If you have a wild bird food recipe that works well for you why not share it? Backyard birders are always looking for new and economical bird foods to attract wild birds to their feeders. We would love to hear from you!
Sep 21, 17 09:29 AM
We had a bird about the size of a woodpecker which acted like a woodpecker on our tree two days ago. The most distinctive feature was a light pink belly.
Sep 08, 17 04:37 PM
This bird is about the size of a small cardinal. I have never seen it at a feeder but it comes to the bird bath. The photo is not the best but hopefully
Sep 03, 17 09:24 PM
A relative went to HB class. They found it is safe and more effective to use 2 water to 1 sugar. I use 4 cups of boiling water into 2 cups sugar.