Add a Water Element to Your Bird Feeding Station

Moving water makes a great addition to any bird feeding station, often attracting birds that do not eat the various seeds normally offered. Even a small drip of water will attract many birds. You can make this dripper device for about $20, using the materials listed below.

Let fill the bird bath once a day to keep it fresh. Whenyou have company or on days off, let it trickle so you can enjoy the extra activity it brings to the bird area. Robins, hummingbirds, catbirds, thrushes and even a grouse or two, usually not attracted by seed feeders, are drawn to this water in our backyard garden.

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