A Library for the Birds | Book Patrol

A Library for the Birds | Book Patrol.

After a brief recess from work and blogging (hitting a little white ball around for a few days with some men from church 🙂 – and then playing “catch up” for a day), we return today with a post about this clever bird feeder known as a “library for the birds.”



Book Patrol carried this feature on Tuesday of this week (May 19, 2015) and I judge it worthy of a “Friday Fun” post.

Below is a brief note about its origin and location; the picture reveals one of the feathery patrons. If you visit the link above, you will even find a short video of another visitor to this “library.”

Earlier this month a library for the birds opened in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The brainchild of Rebecca Flowers and Kevin Cwalina, The Belmont Public Library for the Birds opened May 2nd with a grand opening “complete with registering birds for library cards.”

Their slogan is ‘Belmont Public Library for the birds: feeding the bird brains of Virginia,’” and from the looks of it it has been a busy place.

Looks like a great idea to me! Have a great Friday! Hope you are able to down a few “seeds of knowledge” while reading this weekend! 🙂

Published in: on May 22, 2015 at 6:25 AM  Leave a Comment  

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