How to Make a Milk Carton Bird Feeder





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Published on Jul 30, 2010

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Recycle an old milk carton into a birdfeeder and welcome your feathered friends to your yard.

Step 1: Cut a hole
Cut a hole large enough for the birds in your neighborhood into each side of the empty milk carton with the scissors.

Kids, let an adult help you with this part.

Step 2: Poke a hole
Poke a hole through the top of the milk carton with a pencil.

Step 3: Insert string
Insert a length of string through the hole and tie the ends together.

Step 4: Fill
Fill the carton with birdseed mix until it reaches the holes in the sides.

Step 5: Hang
Hang your bird feeder on a tree branch by the string and wait for some hungry birds.

Did You Know?
The ostrich produces the world's largest egg, while a hummingbird produces the smallest.


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