An easy way to care for our feathered entertainment

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A while ago while out curb mining http://www.instructables.com/id/Mining-for-suburban-gold/ I found a really neat looking 2 tiered tray that was unfortunately missing a leg.  Hung in the yard and filled with bird seed it had a new life and has been attracting a myriad of birds, in fact, probably too many birds and the cardinals tend to chase the smaller birds away so it was back to the possibilium pile to see what I could come up with.
<p>Great use of materials, wish I could find a similar chandelier to feed my birds with!</p>
<p>thank you! I find similar items on the trash all the time</p>
Love the thoughtful recycling!! Keep up the good work.
<p>thank you DP</p>
I love it! I like it better that what one might buy! thanks for sharing and do have a splendorous day! <br>sunshiine
thank you sunshine, I was appalled at the prices for bird feeders at a nationwide big stores garden department during a recent browse and they are so &quot;NORMAL&quot;
I totally agree! Making things like this is cheaper and more rewarding!
10/10 very cool
thank you, I like being a little different
Nice job!
thank you, the birds seem to appreciate it ( at least when it has seed in it)

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