• Bagel Bird Feeder


    Bagel Bird Feeder

    1 bagel
    Lard or Melted Suet
    Birdseed
    Jute (rough string for hanging) can use yarn if you prefer

    Spread the lard or pour melted suet on the bagel, place the bagel in a lg ziploc baggie filled with birdseed & shake to cover the bagel. Tie jute or yarn through the hole of the bagel & hang. To make this last longer, freeze the bagel before putting it out to the birds.


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