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Window Bird Feeders

A window bird feeder will allow you to observe birds up close. There are two types of window feeders: those attached to a window and those placed inside a windowsill. Feeders attached to a window are almost always attached to the glass via suction cups, but may be attached with Velcro. They are generally smaller than windowsill feeders and will typically fit any size or type of window.

Some windowsill feeders, called solarium feeders, protrude into the house through an open window; other windowsill feeders are secured outside a closed window. A solarium feeder rests in the windowsill and will ordinarily have adjustable side pieces that extend to the sides of the windowsill, closing off the open space much like the sides of a window air conditioner. These often include mirrors. Some windowsill feeders are secured on the outside of a window. This type of feeder allows the window to be completely closed.
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To attract specific species of birds, try to place your window bird feeder in a window that faces the habitat containing the most flowers, shrubs, and trees preferred by that species. Locate a window feeder that is compatible with your windows or windowsills and place the feeder in a window that faces an area that is attractive to the birds, is easily viewed from inside the house, and is easily filled either from inside or outside of the house.