Am I allowed to put a bird feeder in the local park?

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Am I allowed to put a bird feeder in the local park? I'm doing a project for Design and Technology and wanted to create a product that could be used in the 'countryside', and was wondering if anyone knows the laws about bird feeders in the park? lol thanks
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Am I allowed to put a bird feeder in the local park? I'm doing a project for Design and Technology and wanted to create a product that could be used in the 'countryside', and was wondering if anyone knows the laws about bird feeders in the park? lol thanks
I'm assuming your local council would own the park, so it's best to give them a ring / drop them an email and see what they say. You'll likely need their permission.
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Am I allowed to put a bird feeder in the local park? I'm doing a project for Design and Technology and wanted to create a product that could be used in the 'countryside', and was wondering if anyone knows the laws about bird feeders in the park? lol thanks
What DTL said. Parks and recreation or the park may have a caretaker.
Confirmation from the school would be good as well.
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As the above said best to check with the council or whoever owns the park
Out of interest why a bird feeder for the countryside? Surely there would be a bigger market for garden bird feeders and it would be easier to test as well
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As the above said best to check with the council or whoever owns the park
Out of interest why a bird feeder for the countryside? Surely there would be a bigger market for garden bird feeders and it would be easier to test as well
the context said 'countryside' so have to make something for the countryside, although a brid feeder would be more suitable in a garden
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the context said 'countryside' so have to make something for the countryside, although a brid feeder would be more suitable in a garden
Ah fair enough, if it's in the brief then it has to be followed
Have you looked up good habitats for birds? that could be somewhere to start, hedgerows in the countryside are really good for birds so could be a good place to design a feeder for
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