Woodlink 16" Clear Plastic Squirrel Baffle
• Clear plastic dome baffle
• Fits poles from 1" to 1 3/8" diameter
• Dimensions 16" diameter x 3.5" H
• Hang or pole mount
The baffle has certainly deterred those pesky squirrels that steal my bird seed.
Seems to do the job of keeping squirrels away, and does not detract from the view.
The Squirrel baffle was exactly what I wanted and exactly what I needed. It is beautiful high quality clear plastic product that works great!
I really like this "clear" plastic squirrel baffle. Visually more pleasing over solid color baffles.
Definitely keeps the squirrels away from my bird feeders.
The baffle itself is fine, I wish I had ordered a larger size, which may have discouraged pigeons from landing on the feeder. But it is attractive and doesn't bother the regularly feeding birds. The hanging piece makes it hang lower than I would like from the hook.
It works well on the triple tube finch feeder when the squirrels were chewing the holes open. It does blow up in high wind.
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