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bird feeder

also bird·feed·er (bûrd′fē′dər)
An outdoor container for bird feed, used to attract wild birds.
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Noun1.birdfeeder - an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birdsbirdfeeder - an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birds
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
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My grandparents would teach me the names of everything we'd seen--the endangered ferns, the tufted titmouse at the birdfeeder, and the difference between an elm tree and an oak in the backyard.
The back jacket photograph of the real bear who visits Lane Smith's own birdfeeder is an added bonus.
Just another lesson from the birdfeeder," she said.
Restock the birdfeeder As the weather turns, robins, starlings, chaffinches and goldcrests all flock here from Europe, so make sure your birdfeeder is filled up and the surrounding area is free of droppings and old food.
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Buy a birdfeeder - try one you stick to the window as recommended by the RSPB.
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BOWs theatrical offerings include Looking-glass Theatre's Still Alice, about brain science and identity (May 16-25); a run at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Ganesh Versus the Third Reich, the acclaimed play by Australia's Back to Back Theatre (May 16-19); a reading of Good Kings, Bad Kings, a new novel by playwright Susan Nussbaum (May 18); Todd Bauer's The Birdfeeder Doesn't Know at Raven Theatre (May 19-22); and two one-night events at Victory Gardens Theater, a workshop reading of Arlene Malinowski's A Little Bit of Not Normal (May 19) and a performance of Brian Lobel's trilogy BALL and Other Funny Stories About Cancer (May 24).
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The chickadee: a bird so small it fits into a child's hands; a birdfeeder resident twelve months a year; and a songster with a "fee-bee and a buzzy chicka-dee-dee-dee.
This chic traditional-style birdfeeder in the shape of a dovecote comes in its own presentation box and is available in powder blue, pink or white.
Items might include a water fountain or birdbath, a garden bench, flowers/shrubs, or a birdfeeder.