Nano Bird Feeder

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Nano Bird Feeder by jorgelousada Jan 18, 2013
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Only a simple bird feeder that can be fixed to any flat surface with suction cups.


that´s simple:

1 - Print both parts and connect them.
2 - Fill with birdseed.
3 - Attach a piece of chopstick as a bird support and the suction cups.
4 - Fix to your window.
5 - Wait for the birds!

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Can you tell us for what species of birds it is made?

I live in Geneva, and I do not know if we have such small birds.

Beautiful design.

Thank you!

This is made for really small birds like Passer domesticus (a.k.a pardal) or Fluvicola nengeta (a.k.a masked lavadeira), they have a really high occurrence here in Brazil.

But i think thre is no problems to use with larger birds too.