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Roofless Bird Feeder Lets Homeowners Experience Wildlife Up Close

Roofless Bird Feeder Lets Homeowners Experience Wildlife Up Close
Design & Architecture

Ukrainian design studio Dorogaya created a feeder that looks like a branch and attaches to a window so people can see the birds eating.

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 january 2014

The Ukrainian product and graphic design studio Dorogaya created a bird feeder that attaches right onto a window. Instead of the miniature house that most feeders feature, ‘9/10’ is a simple branch-like structure with a suction cup.

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This can be stuck to the outside of a house’s window, enabling people to come into close contact with wildlife. Pieces of lard, bread, or other foods for the birds can be pierced onto the feeder. Then, when they perch on it’s branches to eat, the family can watch through the window and experience wildlife up close. Click through to see images of the bird feeder:

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Sources: Dorogaya, Visuall

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