28 December 2012 by Leslie Kuo
A friendly neighbor appears to have turned a leafless urban plant into a corn tree for hungry winter birds. Have you spotted any urban trees turned into bird feeders?
Posted in Berlin plants | Tagged Berlin, birds, city, corn, tree, winter | 4 Comments
nice, “for the birds” makes me think about the book by John Cage and Daniel Charles… For the Birds: In Conversation With Daniel Charles, MARION BOYERS INC.
Thanks for the tip – I haven’t read this book but Artspace New Haven, a community art gallery I work for, hosted a huge bird-themed exhibition that was probably named after this book.
Sweet! I’ll keep an eye out for urban trees with bird feeders. I can’t say that I recall seeing any in Chicago. Perhaps I need to take action with my own hands.
That sounds great – would be happy to see documentation of found or Matt-made bird feeders.
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