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Mirrored Window Bird Feeder

Item # 48720
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Have a seat at your feathered friends' dinner table with this clever bird feeder. Easily adhering film creates a one-way mirror on the inside of your window, behind a feeder clinging to the outside -- allowing you to watch up close without startling the birds.

  • Acrylic & mirrored film
  • Easy to install, instructions included
  • Two heavy-duty suction cups
  • Holds two lbs of seeds (bird seed not included)
  • 12" W x 5.5" H x 4" D (30.5 x 14 x 10.2 cm)
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Due to size or weight, this item is not available for international nor expedited shipping.

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Review count: 1

Recent reviews:

September 28, 2012 - I put this on my living room window several weeks ago and have not seen a bird yet. Maybe because my dog is outside most of the day. Maybe I will see more action this Fall and Winter. Birds go to other feeders in the front and back yard.

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