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 The daytime function of the piece attracts mammals and birds with edible pine cone ornaments.  Squirrels, raccoons, skunks, jays, and woodpeckers were the primary daylight visitors.
 During evening hours, UV lights illuminated the structures to attract insect species.  Species of moths common to the late summer cycle were commonly observed.
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 Edible pine cones were refreshed on alternate days to keep the piece active.
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 Kuckucksuhr was erected just prior to the annual blue jay migration along the shoreline in Ontario. On the final days of the exhibition, large flocks of jays were present to harvest food from the work. Photograph captured from inside the large watchtower.  
 It was anticipated that various species would claim the work for themselves. Squirrels and raccoons tore through the silk linings in search of foodstuffs stored within, while various birds and mammals ravaged edible materials across the work's facade.  
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