Adding a lil Comfort in a suet hanger

Adding A Lil Comfort In A Suet Hanger Recipe

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Stormy Stewart


Every year my husky sheds massive amounts of fur as the summer months approach. I had never thought much about it until one day I watched a bird steal a clump off the deck where she was laying. It took it straight to it's nest.

Some bell rang in my head. This fur is actually useful to wild creatures making their nests for their young.

Since then every year we put it out in feeders so the birds and squirrels can feather their nests for their young.

We also include scraps of string, thread, lint from a dryer and any bits of soft fluff we can find.


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  • 1
    empty and clean suet feeder
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    fur, string, dryer lint, fuzz balls, dust bunnies, string, cotton balls
  • 1
    tree or pole

How to Make Adding a lil Comfort in a suet hanger


  1. take any of the above frem fur to cottonballs and put into a suet feeder. Hang in a tree or under eve's of a house or barn
  2. Check weekly durning the nest building season to see if it needs refulling

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Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
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