Copper and Cedar Bird Feeder - Barrel Shape - Q&A Design
Help your backyards birds to go through the winter and spring with this refine Bonnet bird feeder. Using durable materials such as copper and cedar, this bird feeder is designed to last for years. Easy to use, fill it with seeds and watch the finches, wrens, cardinals and other small birds join the feast !
The Bonnet bird feeder is a perfect way to add a bit of modern design in your garden combined with the joy of bird watching.
Using only high-quality materials, we put a lot of attention to the craftsmanship of our products !
Size (W x L x H) : 5-1/4" x 8" x 9" // 13.3cm x 20.3cm x 22.9cm
Weight (Empty) : 1.9Lb // 0.85kg
Materials : Copper Roof, Red Cedar Box, Cork, Brass Hardware, Airplane Cable
HOW TO USE
It comes with a carabiner and the airplane cable to hang it easily right when you receive it.
You put the seeds at the top (in the cork hole) putting the feeder on its side (cork hole facing up). Fill the reservoir fully, and put back the cork to plug the hole. Then turn quickly the feeder back in its hanged position, the seeds will slide down the sides to fill the little space at the bottom, so they are accessible for the bird to eat. As the birds will eat them and the level will go down, more seeds will come from the side. It will go like that until all seeds are eaten, then you'll need to fill it up again !
As for cleaning, scrape any left over seeds with a wooden chopstick, and shake the feeder on its side to empty it before putting new seeds in, but it won't get too messy as the copper is sealed with a roofing technique (standing seam) at the top, so it won't get wet inside.
This product is packaged in tissue paper and a cardboard box which are 100% compostable or recyclable through paper or single-stream recycling.
END OF LIFE
This product is 100% recyclable and compostable. Metal pieces should be separated from the wooden pieces, and the metal can be recycled through metal or single-stream recycling while the wood can be composted.
Q&A Design is a Toronto based company founded in 2014 by two French architects, Pierre Quesnel & Coraline Allard. Since its inception, Q&A Design has been involved in a number of projects, both collaborative and individual. The company designs, develops and manufactures prototypes of various scales, using a variety of materials such as aluminum, sheet metal, wood and plastic. Examples of Industrial Design can be found throughout the various innovative pieces made by Q&A Design.