I want to make my wife a bird feeder that goes in a window and it has one
way mirror glass in it. (See
. I need to know where I can find the glass. Finding it locally is not an
option at this point. Anyone know where on the WWW I can find it. Thanks.
Your best bet would be to apply reflective window film, often used on RV's, to
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Not to mention the buckets of bird shit they'll deposit on the porch every
Personally, I like birds even less than pushsticks, so my idea of a good
bird feeder is one that's only 1' off the ground. Combination shit factory
feeder and pushstick feeder. Then all you have to do is put a dog nearby
and feed him the pushsticks. The circle of life continues.
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Since I moved to Oregon I've seen a lot more birds. They never hit
the original single-glazed windows but they hit the dual-glazed
panes all the time, especially in the fall and early winter. I think
it's because they reflect more with the low-emissivity glazing. The
birds think it's open sky or bush to land on and WHAP! reality hits
'em square in the beak.
I suggest using a 1/16" smoked lexan to back the feeder you build.
It wouldn't be as much like a mirror to them and it would let you
see the birds through it. Alternatively, if you don't have a cat,
don't put a back on it. Birds can't see through windows very well.
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