More Birds Squirrel-Proof Double Suet Bird Feeder

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Description

Indulge in your bird watching hobby whenever you please with the More Birds Squirrel-Proof Double Suet Bird Feeder. This feeder features an innovative design that’s great at preventing squirrels and larger birds from taking advantage of the suet inside. The cage can fit two suet cakes, allowing your smaller beaked buddies to climb inside and indulge in the special treat! Finished in a weather-resistant black powder coat, this feeder can stand-up to the outdoor elements while protecting your feathered friends from predators and the weather. The durable steel lid helps keep the suet cakes dry so they last longer for ultimate freshness!

Key Benefits
  • This feeder is the ideal size for smaller birds, preventing bully birds from stealing all the suet.
  • A great defense against grey squirrels.
  • The cage design helps protect birds from harmful predators.
  • Pecan-colored steel lid keeps the suet cake dry inside so your beaked buddies can enjoy it for longer.
  • Crafted in a black powder-coated finish that resists harmful weather.

†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.

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  • Item Number
    193615
  • Dimensions
    10 x 10 x 9.5 inches
  • Weight
    1.98 pounds
  • Feeder Type
    Suet Cake Holder, Squirrel Resistant
  • Farm Animal Type
    N/A
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Titmouse, Nuthatch, Chickadee, Woodpecker
  • Capacity (Max)†
    2 suet cakes
  • Material
    Steel
Instructions

Use warm water and soap to clean. Dry clean before next use.

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 48 Reviews 48 Reviews 3.8 out of 5 Stars

67% Recommend

67% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 3.8 / 5

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    feedeowner

    By Steven on May 23, 2021

    Received as a gift from wifey. Took a while for birds to get the idea it was there. Maybe because of the other feeders close by. But once it was ‘discovered’, small birds including woodpeckers, have had at it. Squirrels can not get to it, but then they have their own feeder.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good for bird...wrestling match for squirrels

    By Blake on May 31, 2021

    While I wouldn't say it squirrel PROOF..it does slow things down they still reach in to the suet to get a hand full..I'm glad to see all size birds loving it..will definitely need to up my supply of suet now..going thru 2 block in 2 days

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very Disappointed

    By KUFEEDER on May 15, 2021

    Completely disappointed. Bought this suet feeder because the starlings destroy my regular suet feeders with out letting other birds eat. So I thought this one would keep the starlings from getting to the suet. WRONG!! In one day the starlings ate a whole suet block. Waste of money.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    ineffective

    By Zeke on Jun 3, 2021

    A nice design to hold suet cakes but does not keep out squirrels or large birds. The size of the cage around the suet feeder makes it a bit more challenging for larger creatures to get in, but does not a prevent access.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    disappointed

    By BonBon on May 7, 2021

    We have two of these feeders one in front and one in back to which we've hung in very safe surroundings with a variety of different suets, yet not one of them has been touched. We have many small birds who really should be interested but much to our disappointment, just will not venture into.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Tough luck, squirrels

    By BraveDave on May 24, 2021

    Squirrel got on, tried to reach in to get some suet, failed, cursed a blue streak and left. For good. This really is a "squirrel-proof" feeder. The Carolina Wren slips inside to feed every day, as does the Downy Woodpecker.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Red Squirrels CAN enter

    By Morgan on Apr 22, 2021

    I looked out the other day and saw a creature wrapped halfway around the inside, drunk on mealworm suet. It was a red squirrel! I laughed so hard, and I left it alone. If it could get in, I reckoned, more power to it. So, it's not entirely squirrel proof. It is nicely made, however, and woodpeckers liked it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Squirrel Proof bird feeder

    By Bevy on Apr 28, 2021

    This feeder is exactly as advertised. Very well made, easy to fill and, the best part, I watched as one squirrel after another was foiled by the design of the feeder! It took about an hour for the birds to acclimate, but once they did, they kept coming back!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Battle with the Squirrel

    By Chele on May 20, 2021

    So far the squirrels are unable to figure this one out. They were able to get it to the ground(my placement error). But since I’ve replaced it in a better spot, seems they’ve given up.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Birds not included

    By ROKDAWG on Apr 3, 2021

    This feeder has been up for 3 weeks filled with the suet cakes from the same vendor. We have yet to witness one bird feeding there, the suet remains untouched. It appears to be squirrel-proof AND bird-proof too! What's the deal? There are Plenty of small birds around (one's specified by feeder) they don't want to "enter" the feeder.

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