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This guzzler collects water and drains it into the container hiding below the "roof" "This device for watering game birds was paid for with YOUR money"ThumbnailsBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweater"This device for watering game birds was paid for with YOUR money"ThumbnailsBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweater"This device for watering game birds was paid for with YOUR money"ThumbnailsBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweater"This device for watering game birds was paid for with YOUR money"ThumbnailsBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweater"This device for watering game birds was paid for with YOUR money"ThumbnailsBack on the "main road" on the east side of Wee Thump Wilderness, I stop for another quick break to take off my sweater

It appears that only birds, and not larger wildlife, can get to this water here. Not visible in the photo are the many, perhaps hundreds, of bees living on the edge of the little water reservoir.