Unique Bird Feeders - City Park Decoration
Hello everybody! I appreciate creativity in all its manifestations. Whether it's clay crafts or unique landscape design - everything that decorates the surrounding reality is beautiful. Last time I talked about the unique Mogilev park and its features. But I missed one small but amazing feature of the Mogilev park - its bird feeder. I can say with confidence that these small but interesting "bird houses" are an integral part of the unique Mogilev park. Locals love to watch dozens of feathered birds nimbly jumping through the branches, looking into the feeders filled with various foods. But the most interesting thing is that all these unique bird feeders are made by children.
At the end of last year, a competition was held in the city for the most unique feeders for park birds. Most of the students participated with the help of their parents. The most important condition of the competition was the aesthetic component. The main material of bird feeders is wood, plastic, tree bark, clay straw and vine. As you can see, the choice of materials was great, which opened up opportunities for limitless creativity and creativity. In my humble opinion, many of the feeders look really amazing.
The main exhibition was held in the winter, and therefore some of the participants' works were transferred throughout the territory of Mogilev and the region. However, even those that I had a chance to contemplate evoked a feeling of admiration in me. Despite the fact that not all works are "perfect", it is respected that each bird feeder is unique and not like the others. I like to be aware of the fact that there is no place for plagiarism among them, which means that the participant had to really compete in creativity.
I saw this exhibition in the winter, but now, all the feeders have changed. This is what got my attention. I believe that volunteers continue to create small masterpieces and donate them to the city park. Take a look at some of the beautiful feeders I've captured here this winter.
Mostly "forest canteens for birds" are located at a short distance. This is done so that visitors to the park can feed the birds on their own. It is believed that feeding animals and birds has a beneficial effect on the human nervous system. In addition, in this way the inhabitants of the city do a service to public utilities and the birds themselves. But I noticed quite a few bird feeders in the tops of the trees. Apparently they serve as full-fledged homes for birds. Some of them can also be considered a work of art.
What surprised me the most was the camera on the tree.
But coming closer, I noticed that this was not a camera at all, but a bird housing in the form of a camera. This is truly creative imitation.
Parks are places of power for many people. Especially for those who live in big cities away from nature. Parks are a convenient place for quiet walks of citizens, places for rendezvous and meetings, and even a place for physical education. However, an amazing trend has appeared in Mogilev Park - to create unique bird feeders. Each of them is unique, and all together they are part of a miniature ensemble of creativity. This is a benefit not only for the sake of aesthetics, but also for birds.
I hope that you liked the creativity of Belarusian children dedicated to city birds and the aesthetics of the park.
Camera: Xiaomi Redmi 9 Pro
Location: Mogilev, Belarus
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