The seed is added from the inside of the house through holes drilled out in the top piece of the unit. That keeps keeps bird lovers from having to run outside during the winter to try to fill the feeder.
The feeders mount into the window like an air conditioner and bump out into the house, which is where the birds come to feed.
Ferguson's son, Bobby Ferguson, 29, suffers from a crippling disease that attacks his joints and has left him bedridden for the past five years.
About three months ago, Ferguson was given a NorEasterTough feeder from a neighbor. Since that time, it has brought her son nothing but joy.
When Lawe saw the amount of joy that his product brought to Bobby Ferguson, he saw a purpose deeper than just making a few extra bucks on the side.
"My real goal is to reach people who are confined," he said.
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