Encyclopaedia of Birdcare
Window FeedersFeeding devices designed for attachment to the glass or frames of windows, thus enabling close views of birds to be obtained, and allowing people without gardens to set up feeding stations. An example is the version made by Droll Yankees Inc., consisting of a plastic tray for holding seed mixtures or even live foods such as mealworms, with an umbrella-type transparent cover to protect the food from rain. It can be fixed to a window pane with its strong suction cups, or alternatively screwed to the frame using the special brackets supplied.
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