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Corrugated board feed dispenser - birds chirping free delivery

Sparrows, titmice, finches and many other local flocks of birds have numerous friends who willingly ensure that the winged population has enough forage in the cold season. In this way, the birds that do not migrate can get a cozy place to eat safely. Südwestkarton in Illingen has fulfilled a customer request that allows bird lovers to install a bird feeder made of corrugated cardboard in sheltered places in the home garden or on the balcony.

The customer had made expert specifications: The body of the bird feeder should hold 200 grams of free-flowing feed. The filled, locked manger should be able to be distributed safely and easily opened via a window perforation at the destination, so that the birds can get to the food safely. It was also important that the feed can always trickle down by itself. The bird lover should be able to insert a wooden perch for the winged visitors via a punched hole. After all, the house should be easy to hang up and therefore have a corresponding handle that makes additional cords or the like unnecessary. A later environmentally friendly disposal was also important to the customer, the decision to manufacture the bird feeder from corrugated cardboard was the logical consequence. Like any corrugated board packaging, the feeding station can be returned to the material cycle.

The Panther development team was enthusiastic about the specifications. As a result, it presented an architecture that was not glued and that could be locked using plug connections. Inside the house has a diagonal partition that acts as a dispenser. The window, which can be broken out via a perforation line without tools, runs around the corner to give the birds the best possible access to the feed. The inner lid flaps also function as a handle and, together with the plug-in lid, create a stable suspension. In order to further increase the environmentally friendly aspect of the bird feeder, Panther suggested the use of grass paper for production. The result is a feeding station that can easily hang outside in sheltered places, for example on covered balconies and terraces.