Avian360 House Shaped Window Clear View Bird Feeder Clear Perspex with Suction Cups
Transparent: Avion360 birdfeeder is made of clear transparent material so you can clearly see and enjoy not only bird activities but also remain aware of the physical condition of the bird.
Easy installation: The bird feeder can easily be affixed to window glass or any smooth surface using three suction cups that hold it firmly in position under all weather conditions.
Easy filling and Cleaning: Unlike many bird feeders that are not easy to fill or clean, especially once the feed is affected by the rain or snow, cleaning and refilling Avian360 is a breeze. This keeps your pet birds healthy free of disease.
Suitable for a wide variety of birds: Avian360 birdfeeder is suitable for finches, sparrows, titmice, chickadees, and many varieties of wild birds.
Indoors or Outdoors: The Avian360 can be used indoors and outdoors, depending on your requirement.
Bird-Friendly Design: The transparent window birdfeeder is designed like a house to make it bird-friendly, giving them better protection against wind and other weather conditions compared to other open feeders like the tray, platform, or tube feeders.
Bird feeding is arguably one of the most intimate and immediate interactions with the nature that we, as humans, can have.
Feeding birds, whether pets or wild, is a noble act. It connects us profoundly to nature. While there are a plethora of other ways where we impact the environment negatively, bird feeding is one of the positive contributions to the nature that we as humans can have. Such interaction with nature leads to our increased physical, psychological, and spiritual well-being.
Feeding birds also connects us to nature with minimum effort as birds come to you instead of you going out looking for them. Avian360 bird feeder brings this interaction right to our window with minimum effort. Bird feeding is a virtuous activity that not only allows us to feel good about ourselves but also helps the birds in their survival. Research has clearly shown that bird feeding has helped the expansion of many bird species, and birds like Carolina Wrens, Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Anna’s Hummingbirds have started to appear in places they didn’t occur before and they are also moving to places which were considered hostile for their survival.