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The one way mirror bird feeder is a bird feeder that you can attach right to your window and will let you see the inside of the feeder as birds gobble down seeds, dry rice, sandwiches, or whatever you decide to put in there, while the birds can't see back at you because of the one way mirror. No longer will you need to creep up to bird feeders like a pedophile at a playground to get a closer look at those birds, just strap this baby on to your window, and you and your cat can grow old together watching birds eat. The one way mirror bird feeder can hold up to 1lb of seed, is easy to clean and fill, uses suction cups to attach to your window, and measures 12 inches x 3 inches x 6.5 inches. Still need a closer look? Check out the .

A songbird perches atop this round mirror, greeting onlookers from an antiqued metal frame.

Two sided mirror with bell. Includes hanging clip for easy attachment to your cage. Colors may vary. Overall length is 4 inches (including chain) mirror is 2.25 inches and is ideal for finches, canaries, budgies and lovebirds.

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EXQUISITE Old Vintage FRENCH Shapely ETCHED MIRROR Bird Flowers Cut Beveled One might ask why rather clear evidence was observed in two individuals and weaker evidence in another one, but not in all of the five birds. The proportion of positive findings is, however, well in the range of what has been found in apes. In chimpanzees, the species best studied and showing the clearest evidence of mirror-induced self-directed behavior, a considerable number of individuals typically produce negative findings [,]. Of 92 individuals tested by Povinelli et al. [], only 21 demonstrated clear and nine weak evidence of self-exploration, with about 75% prevalence in young adults of 8 to 15 y. Only half among those with clear evidence of self-exploration passed the mark test. Thus, our data do not only qualitatively, but also quantitatively, match the findings in chimpanzees. As a note of caution, we would like, however, to emphasize that the number of birds we tested is too small for a definitive estimate of the distribution within the population. Thus, further studies must assess whether the typical frequency of mirror-induced self-directed behavior in magpies is comparable to that in chimpanzees.

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Two of the other three birds reacted to the mirror with excited behavior characterized by frequent jumping and running within the cage, and the last bird showed a high number of attacks towards the mirror in one trial (see ), but not in the other. The subject Schatzi, which had shown spontaneous mark-directed behavior during an earlier exposure, showed no significant mark-directed behavior in this series of tests, although there were two instances of mark-directed behavior in the mirror and color condition and no mark-directed behavior in the other conditions.

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