Build this simple feeder to house the suet you only want the woodpeckers to eat.
Birds flock to this easy-to-build woodsy feeder.
Take a break from baking, and feed your feathered friends instead.
The early bird will get the worm with this simple tuna can feeder.
Homemade gifts add a personal touch that comes only from making something yourself. Combine that with the trendy green movement, and you've got yourself a top-notch gift.
No need to break the budget when it comes to feeding orioles. With this simple orange feeder, you're sure to bring these beautiful birds to your backyard-after all, they can't resist citrus in the spring.
Platform feeders are one of the most popular options for attracting backyard birds. You could easily spend $50, $75 or more to buy one, but don't waste your money! Instead, build your own for less than $10!
Here's a bird feeder with a gardener's touch-it's made with a clay flowerpot. The entire project is assembled from items that can be found around the house or at most any garden shop, hardware store and grocery store.
Wow! Welcome to the wonderful world of gourds. That was my response when I first started looking into the process of transforming gourds into art. With dozens of available designs and entire books dedicated to gourd art, I knew I was onto something good.