We had greatly reduced numbers this week, due to some illness and other unavoidable circumstances, but we didn’t let that stop us.
We had an absolutely fab time making really simple, yet effective, feeders to help our little feathered friends get through the rest of this winter.
Gather some sticks about the length of an adult hand.
Add bird seed, grated cheese and, lard or baking fat to a bowl.
Step 3: Get your hands right in there and mash it all up.
Step 4: Take a handful and mash it on to the end of a stick. Repeat until you have a big blob.
Step 5: Use a larks-head knot to tie a piece of string to the stick and close the loop with a simple over-hand knot.
Step 6: Find somewhere to hang your super-duper bird feeder.
Step 7: Congratulate yourself with a story, cake, and a cup of milk.
Remember, although it looks like a delicious lolly (and you’ll come to no harm from eating it), the mix is meant for birds.
And there we have it. We have two weeks left of this block and the next block, starting on March 11th, is filling up fast. If you’d like to get your young’un involved, why not drop us a message and we’ll get you signed up.
Until next time…