Model # 336

Internet #100615722

Store SKU #283271

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

Squirrel-Be-Gone Wild Bird Feeder

$19.98 /each

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Squirrel-Be-Gone Wild Bird Feeder

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Material: Metal

Squirrel Resistant: Yes


The six perch/feeding station set-up, coupled with the anti-squirrel technology makes this feeder one of the most economical and convenient squirrel proof feeders on the market.

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The Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone Wild Bird Feeder features six feeding ports, U-shaped perches and holds 2 lb. of seed. The interior seed tower is surrounded by rustic metalwork. The feeding ports have sturdy metal perches that allow birds to feed comfortably but, when the squirrels perch on them, their weight causes the entire metal casing to slip down, completely blocking the feeding ports and their access to the seed. The six perch/feeding station set-up, coupled with the anti-squirrel technology makes this feeder one of the most economical and convenient on the market. The clear, shatter-proof plastic reservoir makes it easy to monitor seed levels. Remember to clean your feeder once every two weeks with mild soap and water solution. Comes fully assembled with seed tray. Perky-Pet is the leading supplier of Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Perky-Pet Wild Bird Feeder models lure the bird in pursuit of seed providing you with hours of joy as random wild birds flock to feed at your house.

  • Weight-activated seed protection covers ports under a squirrel’s weight
  • Rustic brown metal leaves and cage protect feeder from squirrel damage
  • 6 feeding ports
  • Bird preferred u-shaped perches
  • Holds up to 2 lbs. of seed

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How do you fill the feeder with seeds?

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New York, NY
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March 29, 2015
Does the top come off? So far I've been filling it thru the feeding slots and that doesn't seem right.
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Lago Vista, Tx.
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July 28, 2015
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You fill it from the top.
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Pinson, AL
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June 16, 2015
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Pull up on the lid and pour the seeds in. The lid is spring loaded.
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June 2, 2015
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I use a small scoop after lifting the lid
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Mesquite, Texas
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May 22, 2015
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pull the metal cover on the top of the plastic cylinder. you must push the guard down to grasp the metal top..lift it off to open cylinder. pour seeds into cylinder, replace the top and hang feeder.
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May 15, 2015
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The lid can be lifted. You fill it from the top.
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Lewes, Delaware
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It's easy to fill. The top is spring loaded and has to be lifted off with a little effort. I pull the top off a little, hang it to the side and catch the spring on the sidewall to hold it away from the top of the feeder. Then I use a measuring cup with a pouring spout to scoop up the seed and pour it into the top. I place the feeder inside a larger plastic storage container to catch the seed that comes Read More
It's easy to fill. The top is spring loaded and has to be lifted off with a little effort. I pull the top off a little, hang it to the side and catch the spring on the sidewall to hold it away from the top of the feeder. Then I use a measuring cup with a pouring spout to scoop up the seed and pour it into the top. I place the feeder inside a larger plastic storage container to catch the seed that comes out of the slots as I pour the seed in, then pour the excess back into the bag. Read Less
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Rock Hill, SC, USA
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April 11, 2015
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You lift the top of the feeder and fill it with bird seed.
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Columbia, Maryland
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March 31, 2015
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Pull down on the spring contraption and then at the top the lid will come off.
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March 30, 2015
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The top slips on and off, use some pressure to pry it off and you should be all set.
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To fill the feeder the outer cage should slide downward exposing the lid on the top. The lid can then be lifted up and the feeder filled.
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Swampscott MA
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March 29, 2015
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The top part is held down closed by a spring, lift the top off and twist it to stay open while you fill the seeds; don't pull to hard or the spring will extend too much and not hold the top closed.
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where can I get a replacement spring for the model #336 bird feeder?

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New Hartford, NY
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I would either contact the company who makes the bird feeder directly or take the feeder into Home Depot and have a knowledgeable hardware associate help.
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If you can't find the specific spring I would check the hardware department. They will probably have a spring that will work
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Probably from the manufacture.
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Replacement springs are available for this feeder. Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for more information.
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Where can I get replacement clear plastic seed holder inserts?

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I have this feeder and my plastic seed holders have broken.
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October 18, 2016
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Please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for additional assistance with replacement parts for this feeder.
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You would need to contact the company who makes the feeder directly or measure the inserts and have a plexiglass sheet cut to size.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 247 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not as good as older version The dark color of this version has the birds slightly confused, so I had to paint the "leaves" and the perches. The wire extends too high into the top shield, pushing it down over the openings, so only the smallest birds can sit on the perches and get anything out. I may have to modify the whole assembly in order for it to be more like the previous version that I've owned for decades. That unit finally succumbed to a young light-weight squirrel who figured out how to minimize the dropping of the cage and chewed the plastic to the point of no return. I would only recommend this product because it usually works as described, but I REALLY wish I could get an exact replacement for my old one! September 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not Squirrel Proof! I like this feeder...on my third one as the squirrels eventually destroy them :) Gotta love those little guys. But I do like them as they are pretty and the little birds just cover them up some times. The thing I don't like are the little springs, as they wear out and pop and the whole thing is useless. I buy another one and save the parts so I can do repairs hehe. June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by It is NOT squirrel proof this product is false This Bird feeder does not live up to the claim of being squirrel proof the squirrels chase away the birds and feeds all day on the bird seed sitting on the top and hanging off the top of the bird feeder and holds on the feeder hugging the entire feeder June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing This bird feeder is wonderful. Our birds have been flocking to it so much that we purchased another one for another area of the yard. It's so pretty and the birds just adore it! October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Squirrels Are Smarter; Try Again The squirrels in my yard figured this feeder out in about a week. They would climb on the lid, then dangle down the side, hang onto the grill and eat the seed out of the feeding holes. I bought two of these feeders, excited that they would solve my squirrel problem, but alas they are a total loss. I also had to replace the spring on one of the feeders twice, not an easy feat. The grill on each feeder goes up and down as designed and in theory should thwart squirrels, but this simply isn't the case. Note that the feeder only serves small birds. I have lots of cardinals that sit in the bushes and yell at me, wishing they could enjoy the sunflower seeds in the feeder. I suspect that most of the positive responses are from people who submitted their reviews before the squirrels had a chance to assess the problem. My squirrels didn't have to chew their way in, as some reviewers have said -- my squirrels fed right from the feeding holes. I tried adding some spikes on the sides, using strapping tape and roofing nails, but the nails pressed down too easily. Since the feeding holes are so low, perhaps the design could be modified somehow to keep the squirrels from clinging to the sides? Alas, it is back to the drawing board for me and with my wallet about $30 lighter. October 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No more squirrels Keeps squirrels out. Now saving money on bird seed October 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good idea, execution of construction questionable Squirrel proof was what we were looking for. The idea seemed to be good. However , the construction is poor. It did keep the squirrels from getting the bird seed, until they learned to hang on the bottom of the feeder and pull it off dumping ALL the seed on the ground. September 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Squirrel Chew Toy-Not A Deterrent Squirrels are clever but too greedy for their own good. I have had squirrels chew down the top of the seed canister to loosen the spring mechanism. Eventually the seed level would get too low and they end up falling into the feeder. I had two of these feeders on a shepherds pole in the middle of the yard with baffles and they still got to it. September 23, 2016
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