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Bird feeding isn’t just our specialty - it’s our lifestyle. All of our products stem from our commitment to creating a bird-feeding experience that is fun & fulfilling.
We offer a variety of squirrel-resistant features to ensure your seed is reserved for the birds, not the squirrels.
With less competition from squirrels, and lots of ports on offer, our feeders will accommodate many birds at once.
When squirrels try to gain access to the perches, the ports close off under their weight.
Our squirrel-resistant feeders feature metals details like cages, port covers, and lids to provide extra defense against squirrels.
For additional squirrel resistance our feeders boast benefits like sure-lock or twist-lock lids.
With plenty of seed in the reservoir, and nor squirrels to steal it, your hungry birds are sure to be well fed.
Every bird species has their own seed preferences. Fill your feeders based on the type of bird you want to attract.
These non-migratory birds are a favorite of many bird lovers. They prefer black-oil sunflower seed and mixed seed.
These adorable birds love to feast on black-oil sunflower seed, mixed seed, peanuts, and mealworms.
There are many varieties of finches. These beauties enjoy eating mixed seed and Nyjer / thistle.
For nuthatches, the larger the food, the better. They prefer black-oil sunflower seed, mixed seed, and peanuts.
In the summer, titmice mainly feed on insects. But they also enjoy seeds, particularly mixes that include seeds, nuts, and berries.
A: yes I love it
A: no; The only thing that keeps squirrels out is me standing nearby.
A: This feeder has squirrel-deterring features and is effective at keeping them away from the birdseed.
A: The feeder is NOT squirrel proof.
A: Yes it kept the squirrel out and he was upset. Would buy this feeder again.
A: In my experience it does not keep the squirrels from getting to the seed, BUT, it does keep them from chewing up the plastic and destroying the bird feeder. Sometimes you gotta compromise with nature
A: NO! I have had the feeder up since July 4th, its almost empty and only saw 1 bird. Squirrels are ALL over it
A: Squirrels hang on scrape food out then eats it from the floor
A: Replacement parts are not available for this feeder, please contact us directly at 855-737-5973 for assistance with our 1-year replacement policy.
A: It is not worth the money squirrels still eat out of it
A: I have tried to get parts for this style of bird feeder, but have not been able to find them. Squirrels are the chief enemy. They gnaw the feeder, and they even gnaw the rope holding the feeder. I had one case where a squirrel gnawed the rope, the feeder dropped, and the plastic parts cracked and broke. Could not find another plastic insert.
A: For part information contact Perky-Pet.
A: I have a similar bird feeder and the birds all cling to the wire enclose while eating. It may be the type of food. I use feed with a mixture the includes corn and numerous other foods. It could also be where it is hung. It should be out in the open and hung in a way that squirrels can't get into it. The squirrels get enough from the food that birds scatter on the ground below. Also, if this is your first feeder, give the birds a little time to find it. Some weeks I fill my feeder every 5-7 days while at other times it may last for over 2 weeks.
A: Birds are creatures of habit and can take some time to adjust to a new feeder. If you have any other established feeders in your yard, you may want to remove them temporarily to help the birds adjust a little faster.
A: It takes a while for birds to get use to a new feeder. This is not a squirrel proof feeder.
A: mine have bird around all day
A: I found at first the birds didn't seem to be landing on mine either. But they figured it out and love this feeder.
A: I gotta laugh . I have squirrels hand right on and keep on eating!
A: You are responding to the Home Depot site. You should direct your comments to Perky-Pet.
A: I have yet to find a bird feeder that squirrels can't get into. Sometimes it takes them a day or two, but, they always figure it out. No matter where I've placed this feeder, they will jump 3 feet to attached themselves to it and suck up every seed- while hanging upside down!! Try to put up a long bar, between trees or something else and get some PVC pipe that has a larger diameter and place a piece on each side, if the squirrels can't jump that far, they will try to traverse the bar and get spun off, I've seen others take a 2 liter pop bottle, cut off the ends and use that- thread the bar through the bottles. Good luck!!
A: The squirrels do love it, there's no denying that. I think no matter what feeder you go with, the squirrels will find a way to get the seeds
A: We are sorry to hear about this! You might want to try relocating the feeder away from launching points, or adding some cayenne pepper to the seed to help deter the squirrels. If you are still not satisfied with the feeder, please keep in mind that it is covered by a 30 day return policy.
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