Bird watching and learning all about backyard birds has been one of our families favorite things to do over the years. So today we are sharing another fantastic hands-on activity for the whole family. We are sharing How to Make The Best Pine Cone Bird Feeder. These natural homemade bird feeders will keep your backyard feathered friends happy and fed during these colder months. Plus, it’s another great craft idea to do with your kids.
Bird feeders are a great way to enjoy wildlife with your kids
How to Make The Best Pine Cone Bird Feeder
Homemade Pine Cone Bird Feeder
One of the best things about making your own bird feeders is that you’re inviting birds to visit your yard. In fact, you can click over here and download free bird watching printables and backyard bird cards. Your kids will get to see and learn about all of the different types of birds that live nearby and those that stop for a treat.
The kids love to dip and roll their pinecones around in the peanut butter and bird seeds. It’s an easy and fun activity for everyone.
Have your children place the pine cones on a plate to be prepared for hanging. Look at all of these yummy bird treats. Your backyard birds are going to love you.
Hang your Homemade Bird Feeders. It is best if you can hang them on branches away from the squirrels (If that’s possible)
If you want to add to your natural living, these window bird feeders are great. They give you an up-close view of lots of different birds.
Homemade Pine Cone Bird Feeders
Creamy Peanut Butter
Twine or String
1. Spread Peanut Butter all over the pinecone. You can also put your peanut butter in a separate bowl and dip or roll your pine cone in it.
2. Pour your Birdseed into a separate bowl.
3. Dip peanut butter coated pine cone into bird seeds.
4. Put a small screw into the bottom of the pinecone and tie Twine around the screw for hanging your pine cone bird feeders.
Optional: Tie twine directly to the pinecone for hanging
Some people have told me they prefer to tie the twine on beforehand, but I’ve noticed when I did it that way with my kids the strings were a mess at the end. So this mama prefers the cleaner way 😉
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