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Burger King ‘Fly Thru’ Now Serving Up Fast Food for Birds

by Hazel Chua
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Birds need their carbs and fats, too, right? It’s a good thing they can get their fill by ‘flying thru’ these Burger King ‘Fly Thru’ bird feeders. They look so well-made that you’d think the Burger King himself was behind them, but these were actually made by Brian Wolter.

Burger Kung Fly ThruThe bird feeder features the Burger King logo prominently and provides a tiny, sheltered space off on one side where the bird food is supposed to be. It looks pretty sturdy, so I’m sure our avian friends can have their fill and chow down on birdseed and bread while being safe from the elements.

Burger Kung Fly Thru

The coolest thing about this feeder is that it’s got a solar panel system on top that absorbs the sun’s energy to generate power to light up the Burger King sign at night and during early morning.

[NOTCOT via Neatorama via Obvious Winner]




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