Red Squirrel-Proof Birdfeeder
Red Squirrel-Proof Birdfeeder

Red Squirrel-Proof Birdfeeder

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Squirrel-Proof Birdfeeder Saves Seeds for the Birds

  • Prevent squirrels from pilfering birdseed
  • Rich candy-apple red feeder is lovely in the landscape
  • Uses a weight-sensitive perch to close access to seed

The ingenious design of this cheery red feeder allows birds to dine in comfort. When a squirrel tries to get to the seed, however, its heavier weight triggers the spring-operated perch, closing access to the seed. You can even adjust the weight setting to discourage large birds, saving seeds for smaller songbirds. An easy-open, tamper-proof latch provides you easy access for filling, but foils hungry squirrels.

  • Powder-coated steel
  • 14-1/4" L x 12" W x 7-3/4" H
  • Holds 9 lbs. of seed
  • Includes mounting bracket and metal hanger

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5.0

(based on 4 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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        5.0

        birds use it

        By Deadra

        from Cape Cod, MA

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to fill
        • Looks attractive

        Cons

        • Not 100 Squirrel Proof B

        Best Uses

          Hopper holds enough seed so that I only have to fill it every few days even with frequent visits by the birds.

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          5.0

          Excellent feeder

          By lsedragon

          from Cherry Log, GA

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                I currently hang the smaller version of this feeder in a spot to which the squirrels can jump, replacing a tube feeder, which the squirrels had been depleting. A squirrel showed up the second day this feeder was installed. He made the leap from the deck rail and scrambled all around, looking for purchase in a spot that would allow him access to the seed. No luck. He came back later with a buddy; no dice. Now the squirrels show up, it seems, just to see if the birds have dropped some seed for them. More photos available.

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                5.0

                Best bird feeder ever

                By bird watcher

                from Brooklyn, Michigan

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • All Metal Construction

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    I have owned a feeder like this for 15 years. The old one had a wood perch bar. I don't have it mounted on a pole, but on the top of the deck railing, and the racoons finally broke the wooden perch. I've looked for a long time and finally found the same feeder except it is inproved by having a metal perch. I'm so glad to find this same feeder with all metal construction.

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                    5.0

                    Relief for the Birds

                    By Jmac

                    from western PA

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Adjustable Feed Bar

                    Cons

                    • none

                    Best Uses

                    • For Medium To Small Birds

                    I use this product to keep grackles from gobbling up all the feed in the feeder. It works because of the adjustable feed bar. I love it.

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