Materials You'll Need: – An empty toilet paper roll or a sturdy paper towel roll cut in half. – Peanut butter or vegetable shortening (as a base for sticking birdseed). – Birdseed. – String or twine. – A butter knife or spatula. – A plate or tray to catch excess birdseed.

Steps: 1. Prepare Your Workspace:Lay out all your materials on a table or countertop. Place a plate or tray underneath to catch any falling birdseed.

Spread the Base: – Take your empty toilet paper roll or the cut paper towel roll. – Using a butter knife or spatula, spread a layer of peanut butter or vegetable shortening evenly over the outside of the roll. Make sure it's thick enough for the birdseed to stick.

Apply the Birdseed: – Roll the peanut butter-covered roll in a plate or tray filled with birdseed. Roll it gently, ensuring that the birdseed sticks to the peanut butter. You can also press the birdseed into the roll with your fingers if needed.

Create a Hanger: – Thread a piece of string or twine through the hole in the toilet paper roll. – Tie a knot at the top to create a loop for hanging.

Hang Your Bird Feeder:Find a suitable place to hang your bird feeder. It could be on a tree branch, a hook, or a fence. Make sure it's easily accessible to birds and away from predators.

 Enjoy Birdwatching:Wait for the birds to discover your homemade bird feeder. Birds like sparrows, chickadees, and finches are common visitors to such feeders. Keep an eye out for your feathered friends and enjoy the view.