Making bird seed cakes or biscuits is the ideal compact nourishment particularly in the colder months. You can sit them anyplace around your yard or you can heap them up in a suet feeder.
Slash the fat into little pieces (or run it through a meat processor). Soften the fat in a pot over low warmth until it swings to fluid. Once the fat is softened, strain and expel any gliding particles, including any outstanding hints of meat. Let the fluid fat cool somewhat and blend in alternate fixings. Try not to stress over correct estimations. Simply include whatever you believe is expected to make it look great.
Utilize the handle of a wooden spoon or utilize a drinking straw to make a gap amidst your DIY bird seed cakes. At the end of the day, the “wet goop” will sort of leak once again into the opening, and that is OK.
Put the biscuit dish in the cooler for a couple of hours to permit the seed blend to set. In the wake of setting warm to room temperature before expelling the wild bird seed cakes from the dish.
For a fancier suet, add characteristic nutty spread to the blend. You can likewise tie cornmeal or cereal with normal nutty spread and spread it into gaps penetrated in a post or log. You can make mixes that are appropriate for the local winged animals in your general vicinity, or simply pick pretty fixings on the off chance that you need to utilize these as endowments or cute gifts!
Put the seed cake for birds in your customary winged animal feeders, or set them out on fence posts or anyplace feathered creatures will make sure to discover them. Defrosting the cakes is a bit much. Feathered creatures cherish them and you will be astonished how quick the word gets around the fowl kingdom!