Model # 339

Internet #100183945

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Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder
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Perky-Pet

Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder

$36.68 /each

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The Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder features a classic home style with all-metal construction and a removable roof peak for easy filling. This delightful feeder is designed to attract a variety of wild birds and features adjustable springs that help you calibrate the feeder to accommodate different bird sizes while also keeping away nuisance birds and squirrels. It can be installed on a pole or hung and holds up to 12 lb. of seeds.

  • Classic home style is designed to attract a variety of wild birds
  • Holds 12 lb. of seeds for less frequent filling
  • Single perch provides plenty of room for more than 1 bird to feed
  • All-metal construction with a removable roof peak for lasting quality
  • Squirrel-Be-Gone weight-activated system prevents squirrels from feeding
  • Adjustable springs can be calibrated to help keep unwanted birds and squirrels away
  • Can be hung or pole mounted
  • Recommended seeds: mixed, black oil sunflower, hulled sunflower or safflower
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can it be attached to post instead of hanging on a tree branch?

Is it possible to attach to post?
Asked by: Lu
Yes. It comes with an adapter that fits on a post.
Answered by: mary14889
Date published: 2016-12-21

where do i put seed in at

Asked by: cliff
You have to lift the lid off. The knob on the top locks the roof down. The first time I tried to fill the feeder I couldn't twist the knob- it was frozen shut and I had to bring the feeder inside to thaw out so I could fill the feeder. That sucks.
Answered by: mary14889
Date published: 2016-12-21
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Customer Reviews

Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I ordered this feeder three times. The first two times it arrived damaged. I should have given ... I ordered this feeder three times. The first two times it arrived damaged. I should have given up after the second time but I gave it one more chance. The packaging was no sturdier but somehow it survived shipping. The sheet metal is pretty thin. Well, we got it up and installed and the birds have been loving it. But the first time I tried to fill the feeder, the lockdown on the lid was frozen shut. And we'd had two days of sunshine albeit cold weather. I had to bring it in to thaw out before I could fill it. Duh, I feed the birds in the winter! I'll try not locking the lid down but the roof is so lightweight that I fear that it might blow away. I'm being generous with 3 stars.
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not impressed This is a pretty feeder, but I'm not impressed on the functionality of this feeder. There is a gap between where the bird perches and the food. The food does not move towards the front of the feeder when the bird eats the food from the front. The handle is way too big too. I MUCH prefer (and recommend) the Homestead Stop A Squirrel Birdfeeder (3201-S) which gives the birds more food and a wider place to stand, is squirrel proof and for the most part water resistent.
Date published: 2012-10-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from design flawed badly Squirrel Proof I think not!!!! 1. Squirrels open the roof door feeder (where one loads the feeder. 2. Front windows squirrels chewed through the clips then pushed the pexie-glass in to get to the seeds. 3. The bar to hang the feeder from allows the squirrels to hang from there back feet and reach the feeding holes in the front, never touching the pressure pearch. To fix problems 1 and 2. use metal screw to attache the roof (one screw in opposite plate corners does the job. For the front remove the window plastic and use flashing (as in roofing) to cut the right size to cover the windows; attaching these plates with metal screws. As for as #3 no solution is found just a bad design. The hanging bar needs to be moved back so squirrels can not hang from it and reach the feed holes. Over all this feeder is a waist of money with three major design flow. Do not purchase this feeder if you wish to keep out the squirrels - it does not work!!!!!!
Date published: 2012-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very disappointing. I've fed birds for years and foiled the squirrels with conventional feeders using various devices. After moving to a new home (and getting rid of my feeders) and starting a veg garden I was reluctant to hang new feeders with the amount of pest squirrels in the area but relented under pressure from my wife's insistence. I have this feeder hanging from a tree. The big problem is as a squirrel gets on the feeder the weight of the squirrel rotates the feeder front or back and the entire feeder turns on the axis of the hanger it's hung from. Depending on where it ends up the squirrel has free access to the seed in the tray and when it's eaten all available, leaves and I'm left with a feeder that the birds can no longer a access due to it upset position. The device to secure the top seems really cheap also. Now I have to come up with a way to keep the feeder from rolling over. I bought a "squirrel proof" feeder so I wouldn't have to deal with the pests. After years of bird feeder designs this seems like a big step backwards. I bought a squirrel proof tube feeder from the same maker at the same time. This seems better. Actually, I fill that several times before having to fill this one. Not sure why, but the birds just don't seem attracted to this one. This was observed even before the rotation problem.
Date published: 2015-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Feeder I had had it with wooden feeders. The squirrels demolished them. I ordered this feeder and I love it. Yes the squirrels tried to get in it. But no success! No more old black birds and few blue jays, they run off the other birds. I am now getting more smaller birds. And what else I love the feeder holds 8lbs. I think by this winter I will order another one. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bigger birds with the spring all the way up spring is to strong, big birds still can eat seed Otherwise very strong feeder, just wanted to feed the smaller birds The spring is just like the picture on the left, all the way up [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features Love it. Birds like the perch and big capacity. It is squirrel proof. Tight roof and closes upon heavy weight. And so pretty. Looks like a real house. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great birdfeeder Had a squirrel problem, not anymore. The squirrels gave up trying to get the food. Also purchased pole and baffle, all work great. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-06-24
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