Birds Can Tweet on Bird Seed-Covered Keyboard by

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Apr 26, 2011 • References: birdsontwitter & odditycentral is a creation by a magazine from Latvia. Voldemars Dudum is the brains behind the operation, and has created a Twitter page that is also a bird feeder and communicator for avian species that reside in Latvia.

Sarnate, a small village on the west coast of Latvia, is where this social media site is set up. Outside of Voldemars Dudum's cabin lies a keyboard that has its keys covered in unsalted fat. The fat attracts the birds as it is beneficial for them to help survive the drastic cold temperatures that Latvia can experience.

The birds peck away at the fat while the keyboard recognizes the motions and writes down what they type. Although they don't form any words, a rare "lol" or "wow" has occurred on Stats for Real-Life Tweeting Birds Trending: Older & Mild
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