DIY ProjectsDIY Mason Jar Bird Feeder

DIY Mason Jar Bird Feeder

If you love watching the birds in your backyard you might like to make this diy mason jar bird feeder or multiples to attract even more birds to visit. I like that the squirrels would not be able to easily access the seeds. Which reminds me of a video I saw the other day. If you have your feeders on those poles with hooks (shepherds hooks?) or what ever they are called. I saw a video where a lady was having problems with squirrels and her bird feeders. So she attached a slinky to the pole up at the hook and it was around the pole so she must have put it on the pole before it went into the ground. So the squirrel would climb the pole but when it got to the slinky it got promptly lowered right back down, and that solved the problem for her.

DIY Mason Jar Bird Feeder

There is something special about seeing and hearing birds in backyard or just outside a bedroom window. One easy way to attract wild birds in and around your property would be to build a sturdy and safe place for them to feed. While store bought feeders work well, nothing beats a homemade bird feeder and this project. This Do It Yourself project is from Rustic Wood on Instructable. All of the stuff needed to for this project can easily be picked up at most any local supply or hardware store. The information is presented in a way that makes it really easy for most anyone to read and to be able to make it.
Discover how easy it is to turn a simple jar into a functional wild bird feeder. The project includes a complete listing of all the materials, supplies and tools needed. The project also includes a fully downloadable plan with a step by step instruction guide. You will also find numerous full color images that help to depict several of the steps.


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Paige Raymond
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Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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