Semi Automatic Bird Feeder...

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Introduction: Semi Automatic Bird Feeder...

Hello,
everybody recognize this. Your kidney an liver especially. Well, this was two days ago.

Step 1: Scissors

Bottles are empty. One got holes. The bigger one. With small nail curved scissors...smaller hole is made by glowing spike.

Step 2: All Parts

This is needed for the next step. Do you remember the first picture?

Step 3: New Bottle ?

Inside outside,  ... cover against rain - with nice red cup.

Step 4: Out

Sunflower grain inside. It shall last few days...
Near by are trees. And in the morning ... during day...on evening - birds.






Step 5: One Hour Later

...the first one...(to cheq)..

Step 6: It's Begun

and two...and ...

So, all together:  
Two days to  empty bottles...and
20 minutes to assemble feeder.

Sincerely yours,
Kresimir

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that is a cool idea bottle in a bottle!!!!!!!

that's such a neat idea! thanks for sharing. This looks pretty squirrel-proof to me, too. Just looking at the design, I wonder if it would be possible to make one for small birds only - one that perhaps tipped or rolled around if too large a bird perched on it?


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THIS IS PRETTY, THANKS A LOT, ILL TRY SOOO HARD TO DO IT.... THANKS FOR YOUR BRIGHT IDEA AND LETS CONTINUE SAVING THE PLANET... LOOOL

Even pickier: I'd run right out & build one, but I don't think it would work in our area; most of our birds are full-auto... **grin**

You shall be surprised how sharp birds eyes are...
Atter few winters they learn and remember...:)

That's a well thought-out & executed design.

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 Nice recycling of materials into something useful--it's a good design.

I don't usually go nitpicking about grammar and spelling but you really want to label this instructable "Semi-automatic feeder" ;)

BTW, is it even possible to rename an entry (I never tried)