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The Tree Climbing Monkey's Bum

Bird box design
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In the UK this is the ideal week to put out a bird nesting box. As these are easily available already, mostly in the form of small boxes with a dark interior, a sloping roof and an entrance hole, the opportunity for greater invention is wide open.

Last year my proposal was for: 10 Sparrows That Live In The Moon. This year I present: The Tree Climbing Monkey's Bum.

This idea takes the form of a small replica monkey, who's flexible arms can be wrapped around a tree branch, or made to cling unto a suitable spot on a building or other structure.

The birds of course nest inside the monkey, using its curved tail as a perch, and accessing their new home by flying in and out of the hole in its bum.

note - can also be placed on a more accessible pole and used to keep bees

xenzag, Feb 15 2008

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       + Can't wait till next year.
zeno, Feb 15 2008
  

       I'd buy one (+)
jtp, Feb 15 2008
  

       A singing monkey's arse, cool. [+]
skinflaps, Feb 15 2008
  

       might work
dentworth, Feb 15 2008
  

       This is the very best thing ever.
calum, Feb 15 2008
  

       + a bun to your creativity, as usual.
xandram, Feb 15 2008
  

       Bill Oddie would approve
po, Feb 15 2008
  

       Bee-bum-a-lemur
-Ma-caque-bab-boon
nomocrow, Feb 15 2008
  

       It would make a very cool birdbox, although I'm a little unsure of the long-term ramifications of training birds to fly up arses.
wagster, Feb 15 2008
  

       //ramifications of training birds to fly up arses//   

       Heh-heh, you said "ramifications."
nomocrow, Feb 15 2008
  

       We don't have any indigenous monkeys in UK, so not a problem here.
xenzag, Feb 16 2008
  

       // We don't have any indigenous monkeys in UK //   

       Try tuning in to the BBC Parliament channel. There's about 650 of the buggers on show, in their monkey house.
8th of 7, Feb 16 2008
  

       I need an illustration.   

       [+] Well done, as always.
bleh, Feb 16 2008
  

       (+), but only if it flings birds at you as you walk by it.   

       //We don't have any indigenous monkeys in UK, so not a problem here//
Maybe not, but judging by the number of green ring-necked parakeets in my garden, it is only a matter of time.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Feb 16 2008
  
      
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