I have never seen a birdfeeder like this one. I still have to get birdseed but I love how you can watch the birds easily. Window Bird Feeder by Yellow Beaks is easy to install and squirrels cannot get in. Let me show you my picture.
The side toward the window is where you put 3 large suction cups so it can be hung on a window and you can sit inside and watch. The perch where the birds can sit has the partial window just below it. This helps the food stay in place. I really love this and wish I could put one up on every window at the nursing home for the elderly to watch the birds. The best thing, no assembling, all ready to go.
This is also great for the kids to see all the native birds in your area. Do you have any cats? They would make you laugh forever with the birds coming so close.
I found this on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birdwatching
In the 20th century most of the birding activity in North America was done on the east coast. The publication of Roger Tory Peterson’s field guide in 1934 led to the initial increase in birding. Binoculars became more easily available after World War II, which made this easier.
About 4% of North Americans were interested in birding in the 1970s and in the mid-1980s at least 11% were found to watch birds at least 20 days of the year. An estimate of 61 million birders was made in the late 1980s. The income level of birders has been found to be well above average.
Knowing this who do you think would love to get this for their birthday or Christmas? What a great gift?
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