Science & Nature
Make an Eco-Friendly, All-Natural Bird Nesting Ball
In this one-time class, your student will make a bird nesting ball of all-natural materials to hang in their yard or neighborhood.
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Each student will make an Eco-friendly bird nesting ball from all-natural and/or organic materials. The materials can either be purchased or collected from the out-of-doors, as long as they are free from any chemical herbicides, insecticides, or dyes. (See Supply List for specific suggestions.) While the students work on their nesting balls, we will talk about the different places birds build their nests, what types of materials birds use to build nests, and what to do if they find a bird's...
Each child will need one small natural bird basket. Small, bamboo finch houses can be purchased at pet stores for about $3. Google "Hagen Living World Bamboo Bird Nest For Finches" for an example of what they look like. In addition, students will need small amounts of three or four of the items listed below: Small natural feathers - no dyes Grass cuttings - no chemicals Dried, crumbly dead weeds - no chemicals Lichen Short, dried pine needles Tiny twigs Organic sphagnum moss All-natural coconut coir Organic straw All-natural small animal bedding
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
English, Geography and Science & Nature
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
45 total reviews
46 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Ms Cher, and I can't wait to meet you. I love gardening, wildlife, and just about anything related to nature. I am a certified Master Gardener, a National Wildlife Federation Habitat Steward, and a National Wildlife Federation...