Jorge Diego Etienne

360° Fly-in is a Panoramic Bird Feeder for the Avifauna Enthusiast

by , 07/06/11

360° Fly-in by NOS

360° Fly-in is a cleverly crafted bird feeder made from organic materials, and does no harm to trees on which it is installed. Created by Mexican design consultancy NOS – best known for their large-scale design projects — this small and clever green product bodes well for each the birds, the environment and any enthusiast who loves the two!


360º Fly-in by NOS

As the name suggests, 360° Fly-in provides a panoramic feeding platform for birds that is created by wrapping two veneer rings around a tree trunk; one acting as a base to put seeds and the other as a roof to make it even more enjoyable for birds to hang out and enjoy their meal.

The CNC-cut rings can be adjusted to fit almost any trunk and only needs 2 small screws each for installation. Its design goes beyond flat-pack with only 6 components, occupying almost no space, and is easy to install, remove and reinstall in another tree.

As Agustín Otegui Saiz from NOS told us, “The 360° Fly-in makes it even more easy for people to watch birds from any angle.”

NOS is currently looking for a production partner for 360° Fly-in. For more information head over to their website.

+ NOS

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4 Comments

  1. caeman July 6, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    Bird feeders are for birds. Squirrel feeders are for squirrels. The twixt shall not meet.

  2. lovesallanimals July 6, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    I don’t want my bird feeders to be squirrel proof. I love the squirrels, they are adorable and keep my inside only cats entertained. I just put out extra food to accommodate all the critters, birds and squirrels and they all eat and live in harmony.

  3. caeman July 6, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    It doesn’t look to be squirrel proof. From the top, maybe, but from the bottom, the squirrel will jump up to catch the lip and eat up all the seed.

  4. kwgail July 6, 2011 at 1:37 pm

    This eco-friendly bird feeder looks terrific; now, how would you keep the squirrels out of it?

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