How to Make Hanging Bird Water Feeder | DIY Water Bottle Bird Feeder

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If you care for birds, then this DIY Hanging Bird Water Feeder is an effortless way to quench their thirst easily at your home!

Are you looking for ways to attract different birds to your yard? With this easy to make DIY Hanging Bird Water Feeder, you’d be able to do so with just a handful of supplies!

Required Materials

Hanging Bird Water Feeder

  1. Plier
  2. Wooden board
  3. Bottle
  4. Wires
  5. Screw and bolt
  6. Plastic saucer
  7. Glue gun
  8. Drill machine

Steps by Step Guide for Making a Hanging Bird Water Feeder

1. Glue Bottle Cap with Plastic Saucer

Paste the bottle cap in the middle of a plastic saucer using a glue gun, as shown in the image.

2. Make a HoleDIY Bird Waterer

Make a hole at the center of a bottle cap and saucer with a drill machine. Then insert a screw and bolt them together.

3. Fix a Wooden Board on Saucer

How to make a water bottle bird feeder

Using a glue gun, fix a wooden board at the bottom of the plastic saucer.

4. Drill Holes on the Bottle

Drill three holes at the neck of a plastic bottle. These holes will leak water into the saucer gradually.

5. Make a Handle for Bird Water Feeder

To make the bottle suspendable, tie its bottom with a wire using a plier as shown in the image.

6. Filling WaterGarden bird water feeder

Fill water in the bottle and screw it in the cap that was glued to the saucer in step one.

7. Hanging Bird Water Feeder is Ready

Put the bottle upside along with the saucer. Since water drips in a limited amount here, there will not be any wastage.

8. Hang it on a TreeBird water bowl

The bird water feeder is ready to use. Hang it on a tree or a pole to make it more accessible to birds.

Check out this video for more details! 

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