Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder Collection

Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder Collection

Ah, the squirrel. It may appear cute and bushy to many, but for bird watchers it can be a pest and a nemesis. A squirrel proof feeder can prevent your bird feeder from turning into a feasting ground for squirrels. You can purchase a squirrel proof feeder in a variety of designs, from cage bird feeders to platform feeders. A cage bird feeder has entrances too small for squirrels to gain access; a platform feeder usually has weight sensors that block anything heavier than a bird from snacking on the food.

For those looking for a slightly different approach to eradicating their squirrel problem, a squirrel proof bird feeder like the Twirl-A-Squirrel might make sense. This motorized device gently spins squirrels off the bird feeder and onto the ground below, ensuring that they'll think twice about stealing your bird food again!

This feeder really is squirrel proof. Holds a large quantity of seed. Easy to assemble.

It is not squirrel proof. They still take a lot of seeds. Our squirrels (red and gray) hang upside down on it and reach in to get seeds off the bottom plate. I will admit, though, this is the longest-lasting feeder I've ever had. I have two. They've taken a tumble to the ground from my raised deck from time to time (12' drop) and have not been damaged. And the squirrels cannot get at the plastic seed holder so they cannot chew it up.

Excellent product as it does what it says it will do. This is our 2nd one as we had to leave our first one when we sold our house and moved.

It really keeps squirrels off it and birds come!

It's a great feeder! Huge volume and easy to clean and maintain. I have a big dove population which emptied all my non caged types. This one relegates them to feeding from the spillover underneath. My only negative is I wish the openings were a bit larger to fit cardinals, but all in all I couldn't be happier.

This feeder attracted a dozen goldfinches to my yard after years of trying! I'm very happy how many birds other than the goldfinch have visited; cardinals, house finch, chickadees, & woodpeckers. Squirrels have tried and tried to manipulate the top off to no avail. Left a few teeth marks on the painted lid, but they cannot get in! Love it.

Although I have only had this bird feeder since December, it appears to be of the highest quality. We have 2 squirrels that have been determined to get into the feeder. It is fun watching them try. The score so far: bird feeder - 17 wins; the squirrels - 0 wins.

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