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A Man Has Built a Tiny Outdoor Restaurant For Squirrels and Local Wildlife

miniature animal garden restaurant
© James Vreeland

To help make staying under lockdown during the coronavirus outbreak more entertaining, a creative family have managed to build a miniature furniture set for local wildlife to use.

Detroit, USA, resident James Vreeland and his family have created a miniature animal garden restaurant setting he has titled; Maison de Noix, or the Nut House, for squirrels to either dine-in on or dine-out of.

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Another successful lunch service.

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the planet and keep populations lockdown inside their homes, people are looking for unique ways to stay entertained.

Vreeland’s mini-animal garden restaurant set-up is one of many instances of people getting creative while on lockdown.

The adorable mini restaurant set-up is located in Vreeland’s garden and features everything squirrels need to enjoy an outdoor meal.

There are mini picnic benches, a coat rail, a menu, which offers a range of nut-focused dishes, at the entrance and a fence around the setting.

Since installing the miniature animal garden restaurant in his front garden, squirrels, blue jays, and a host of other local wildlife have frequented the set-up.

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