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    Birds of a Feather.. Stick Together

    Recipes that have gone to the Birds.. Litterally... LOL

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    5 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This recipe is from Bird Watcher's Digest. I prefer using peanut butter because it doesn't melt outdoors in the summertime like grease does and birds love it! Cooking time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #86500

    This is how we use stale bread, bagels, doughnuts, hamburger buns, etc in the winter time...have lots of beautiful birds to visit the can use your choice of birdseed to dip the buns in...

    Recipe #118847

    this is great to hang outside for the birds...if you can keep the squirrels away..I like to make and give this as gifts to my friends..always a will need to save the mesh bags, like onions or potato bags for this may use other dried fruit that raisins..

    Recipe #134391

    I found this recipe in a Bird and Bloom magazine a few years ago. Great for spearing through tree branches by a window or on a tray feeder.

    Recipe #267114

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a great holiday gift for your feather friends. Will attract woodpeckers,chickadees,titmouse,nuthatches,mockingbirds. I've also added fresh or dried berries to the mixture. Make as much as you want just remember to keep it chilled because it will go rancid. Get the kids involved so they can make for gifts or a girl or boy scout project.

    Recipe #72090

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