Cooking for Birds: Fun Recipes to Entice Birds to Your Garden

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R45.00
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Cooking for birds will provide hours of fun for both children and adults who are interested in attracting birds to their gardens. It includes helpful hints and practical recipes that will entice a wide variety of bird species to your garden, as well as instructions on making different types of bird feeders and a section on feeding baby birds.
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Cooking for birds will provide hours of fun for both children and adults who are interested in attracting birds to their gardens. It includes helpful hints and practical recipes that will entice a wide variety of bird species to your garden, as well as instructions on making different types of bird feeders and a section on feeding baby birds.
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AuthorDiane Ward
PublisherStruik Publishers
PlaceCape Town
Year2004
ISBN9781770070769
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
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