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RED CAPPED ROBIN.

Redpoll One of the "winter finches," nesting in the Arctic and sometimes…

{Summer Camp} Star Shaped Bird Seed Feeders

{Summer Camp} Bird Feeders

Break out the glue for a fun and funky DIY bird seed feeder craft the kids will love getting their hands dirty for.

Little Wren, Third smallest bird in the uk, but probably one of the loudest. Wonderful.

I have a couple of wren's visit my backyard daily. They have a beautiful song!

10 manières surprenantes d’utiliser une peau de banane noté 4.75 - 4 votes Beaucoup de gens apprécient la banane pour son excellent goût sucré. Elles est bonne en pâtisserie pour sa douceur et son épaisseur (bien pratique pour remplacer d’autres ingrédients et avoir la texture parfaite) et elle est tout bonnement géniale pour un petit …

10 manières surprenantes d'utiliser une peau de banane

Trousse de toilette pour homme tuto

Tutoriel : La Trousse De Toilette Pour Homme

Rainbow Hummingbird Feeder

Turn Your Backyard Into A Hummingbird Hangout With These Colorful Hummingbird Feeders

Rainbow Hummingbird Feeder - Could use a ball-shape glass bottle from fruit or jam and make this look more like a hot air balloon

Couffin de poupée fait maison …

Couffin de poupée fait maison …

A backless birdhouse that suctions to the window so you can see inside...how cool

Window bird house

How exciting to be able to watch birds build their nest and hatch their babies right from my own window. Love the simple yet sturdy construction. The natural wood can be left as is, or finished.

Create a cute and easy DIY suet bird feeder by upcycling a coffee mug from the thrift store! Make your own suet by melting beef fat and mixing in seed, OR just melt down a suet cake from the store. A stick from the yard makes the perfect freebit perch. #SadieSeasongoods http://www.sadieseasongoods.com

Create a cute and easy DIY suet bird feeder by upcycling a coffee mug from the thrift store! Make your own suet by melting beef fat and mixing in seed, OR just melt down a suet cake from the store. A stick from the yard makes the perfect freebit perch.