Squirrel Feeder Collection
Cute, furry and full of energy, squirrels love to swipe food from bird feeders. One deterrent to their thievery is to purchase a squirrel feeder, so the squirrels in your backyard always have something to munch on. From squirrel condos to squirrel feed boxes, our squirrel feeder collection contains a number of attractive styles and designs.
Some of our most popular products are our squirrel spinners. Typically mounted on trees or fences, these spinners—which usually hold ears of corn—rotate once they feel the body weight of a squirrel. You’ll witness quite an acrobatic performance when squirrels try to feed on the rotating corn and simultaneously keep their balance. And remember, like all our products, each squirrel feeder we sell is covered by a 100% money back guarantee, so you can buy with confidence.
I like this squirrel feeder because it is simple to fill. Just put an ear of corn in it. It is a simple design and great for hanging in the tree in front of my kitchen window.
Want to slow those little buggers down a little so they don't eat you out of house and home? Get a Squirrel Arrow feeder. It is hilarious to sit back and watch the squirrels spin around on the spinner. It also slows them down a little eating the corn and you get free entertainment.
The squirrels now have a plaftorm to sit on while eating their corn on the cob. I very pleased with it.
We gave this item to someone for Christmas and as far as I know they are satisfied with it. I have not seen it in action but they have enjoyed watching the squirrels use it.
This is fantastic feeder. We try to attract squirrels away from our many bird feeders and this does the trick. They were very curious and a little timid at first however they quickly learned how to get in. We put in peanuts, sunflower seeds and ears of corn. They seem to like it all. We even have 2 flying squirrels that come at night to feed. Only problem is keeping it filled because they eat so much.
The product is well made and I received it promptly. Despite having squirrels, not one has made an approach or an attempt. I've put corn underneath it, made a trail of corn from the bird feeder to the arrow the trail is eaten but the arrow remains untouched. Maybe the bird feeder remains too accessible, but I had hoped that having alternatives. I installed a squirrel bungee as well right by it, also unused would have made a difference in the squirrels' dining habits.
The squirrel jar feeder is just what we were looking for to keep the crows from eating the squirrel food. I keep the feeder on the ground next to the tree where the squirrels play/feed. It is very sturdy and the jar is secure in the mouth piece. Also keeps the peanuts, acorns, etc dry. We love it. Well worth the price!
I really like this squirrel Jar feeder because it keeps the crows away from the squirrel's peanuts. I use unsalted peanuts in the shell and this feeder makes it so only the squirrels can get their food now. The crows now sit on the ground hoping a squirrel will drop a peanut. Don't worry I also toss bread and apples out for the crows!
- Video - Bird Man Mel's Attracting Squirrels - great video with instructions on how to attract hilarious squirrels to your yard