20 Spring Crafts and Activities for Kids
Written by Jen Betterley
Susan, the crafty TV news producer turned shepherd behind Juniper Moon Farm, shares this sweet idea for giving her backyard birds a hand with their spring nest-making by setting out colorful yarn.
Saying that it's always a pleasure to see a nearby nest with the bright colors woven in, Susan explains that this activity is an easy one — and we're sure it's plenty exciting to watch the birds choose their colors to adorn their new spring homes! To make your own, simply take an extra suet feeder and fill it up with all of your colorful yarn scraps (Susan cuts hers in 4- to 8-inch lengths). Note: Susan checked in with the experts on this project to make sure that it is safe for birds and it's completely approved; check out her post for more details!