Plastic Bottle "Birdfeeder"

Any plastic bottle (like Ocean Spray juices) or laundry soap container will work. Drill small hole in top (screw on top), cut two window opening on sides of container for birds to enter. drill small holes through bottom for rain water to escape.


I also hang a weight from bottom to stabilize if windy. Birds will love it, they don't care if feeder cost $1.00 or $100.00. Hang off the deck or from a limb, birds will enjoy. Also add some black sunflower seeds.

By Byron T. from Gray, GA


March 8, 20100 found this helpful

I'm going to try this with a baffle to discourage my ravenous squirrels! Thanks! The seed is expensive enough!

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