A winger like Jack Grealish can feed a striker with a dozen assists per season.
Now you have to feed your wingers (birds :) ) by making a bird-feeder.
What difference does it make?
Birds are dying out especially because of modern farming. They really need some friends, and giving them food is a big help, especially in winter.
What do you need?
- An empty carton of milk or juice
- A pair of scissors
- An ice lolly stick or a twig
- Bird feed (seeds and fat)
Step by step
Can you find a carton, string and stick around the house? You can make bird food from seeds and fat or you can buy bird food from the super market or garden centre.
Wash out the carton with warm soapy water. Carefully cut an opening in the front. Make a hole at the top for the string, so you can hang it up. Insert the stick as a perch. Decorate it with club colours.
Put bird feed in the base of the carton. Hang it out in the garden or a window ledge. Take a photo, preferably with a bird on it. (You might need to wait a few days for them to come.)
If you already have a bird feeder, make sure to fill it up and snap a picture of that, or make another one!
Check on the RSPB website for guidance on what best to feed birds. https://shopping.rspb.org.uk/bird-food/
Of course, athough you might have more chance to see birds if your feeder is hanging from a nearby tree.