We would often see little birds coming down in our front yard so I thought it would be nice to make a bird house where they can rest and feed. So when I finished the mayonnaise, I kept the jar and thought of recycling that into a bird house.
This is what it looks like.
I cut a square hole big enough for the bird to come in and out.
I poked a hole at the bottom and attached wire to it.
I hanged it in the tree outside the gate.
The jar is upside down so I could take the lid off and clean it and change the food. I haven’t “seen” it in action, I keep forgetting to check if birds actually go inside it.
I was wondering how birds know that the bird house is meant for them. Do they see it from afar and say “OH LOOK! It’s a house for us!” Hahahaha! I guess it’s just in their nature to seek shelter. I hope to make more bird houses from different materials.
Mostly writing about my life and experiences, I started blogging in 2005. This current version of the blog has been established since 2011. Professionally, I'm a homebased SEO Expert for a UK company with international clients. With a wide range of interests and hobbies, it took me a while to narrow down my blog niche. I own and care for 5 dogs in a small studio apartment in Las Piñas City, Philippines. I love traveling locally when I have the means, otherwise, I spend most of my time at home.