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Suet in one of the Homemade Pine Cone Bird Feeders
This Can You Guess It?? photo is featured in the
November Nebline Newsletter (Page 12 - 428KB Get free Adobe Acrobat Reader HERE)
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Hanging a bird feeder

Use different types of feeders in locations throughout your yard to attract a wide variety of birds. Small hanging feeders are used by small birds such as chickadees, finches, and nuthatches. Feeders placed low to the ground attract ground-feeding birds such as juncos and native sparrows. Solidly mounted, aboveground feeders will draw in a large variety of birds, including cardinals, chickadees, grosbeaks, finches, various woodpeckers, and many others.

For the suet recipe used to create the suet feeders at the right, visit the on-line NEBLINE (Page 6 - 126 KB Get free Adobe Acrobat Reader HERE))

A variety of suet feeders

Resources from University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension:

Feeding Birds/Attracting Wildlife:

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Preparing and Using Pine Cones for Decoration (Page 2 - 115KB Get free Adobe Acrobat Reader HERE))

Also see:

Other resources:

Birds of Nebraska Identification Guide - Nebraska Game & Parks Commission

Lancaster County Home PageHome Page

Youth learning about insects during 4-H Clover CollegeHEY KIDS! Are you interested in learning more about trees and wildlife? Then, check out 4-H!

ADULTS! Do you want to share your love of the outdoors with youth and help make a difference? Then, check out 4-H!

If you live in Lancaster County, Nebraska, fill out the on-line 4-H interest form, available HERE

If you live outside of Lancaster County, Nebraska, contact your local Extension office. Find your office HERE

 

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