This is "Twisted I Bird Feeder Photos." See "Twisted I Bird Feeder Text" for the Text.
Fig. 1 Twisted “I” Bird Feeder with (from the top) Nylon Rope with Pulley, Squirrel Baffles, 2nd floor Wren House, Bike Axle, 1st floor Wren House, Magnet Array, Azimuth setting, Bird Feeder, and Birds (Cedar Waxwing and Chickadee)
Fig. 2 Flash picture of bird feeder. Note that the Interspecies Symbol for a bird feeder in retroreflective tape is very bright, even though the angle with the normal is close to 30 degrees.
Fig. 4 Feeder Down, Counterweight Up Fig. 3 Feeder Up, Counterweight Down
Fig. 5 shows the bicycle front axle
mounted between plastic electrical
boxes, with holes cut for possible
wren tenants. The author, Dixon W. C. is also shown.
Fig. 6 Old shelf with wren Fig. 7 Wren house in open garage
nest from 2009 window
Fig. 8 Vacancy in Philippine Wren House
Fig. 9 Hovering Cedar Waxwing and Black-Capped Chickadees
Fig. 10 Hovering Cedar Waxwing at Shutter Speed of 1 millisecond
Fig. 11 A male Cardinal, a cedar waxwing, and a small bird (taking off)
Pulley No. 2
Fig. 13 Unidentified Flying Creature (UFC) and Chickadee and Squirrel (on Fence)
Fig. 14 A telephoto camera on a tripod in the back room has captured some candid pictures of wild life in the area to the east of our house, where the bird feeder is situated. A few of these are seen in Figs 14 to 18 below.
Fig. 15 Cedar Waxwing, a Male Cardinal
Fig. 16 A male Cardinal, a cedar waxwing, and a small bird (taking off)
Fig.17 Chickadee and Squirrel (On Fence)
Fig. 18 35 lb. Counterweight, pulley # 3 and taut line hitch
Fig. 19 Sunflower Seed Bin for Apron Diners