Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone Wild Bird Feeder, Brown
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- Features six feeding ports, with U-shaped perches for birds to rest on.
- The feeding ports have sturdy metal perches that allow birds to feed comfortably.
- When the squirrels perch, their weight causes the entire metal casing to slip down, completely blocking the feeding ports and their access to the seed.
- The interior seed tower is surrounded by rustic metalwork and boasts a two-pound seed capacity.
- The clear, shatter-proof plastic reservoir makes it easy to monitor seed levels.
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|Bird Type||Wild Bird||Wild Bird||Wild Bird||Hummingbird, Wild Bird||Wild Bird|
|Material||Aluminum, Metal||Plastic||Glass||Silicone, Plastic||Glass|
|Capacity (Max)||2-Ib||3.5-lbs of seeds||1.5-lbs of seeds||n-a||32-oz|
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254 Customer Reviews
my favorite feeder
I use two of these. One is at least two and the other at least three years old, with smaller birds happily feeding regularly. A spring popped on one - easy fix. Now, I keep squirrel feeders right nearby on the theory that everyone's got to eat, and everyone does eat and everyone's happy. My set up works well for me and I will keep purchasing Perky-Pet's "Squirrel-Be-Gone" feeders. I think two years is a reasonable life expectancy for any continually used feeder. These have exceeded that.
After a learning curve, birds are now very happy!
This is a wonderful, ingenious feeder. I wasn't sure how/if it was going to work when I first looked at it. But I filled it and hung it up. To be safe, I kept my other feeder next to it. Some birds stuck with the old one, but now one by one they are checking this out and using it. Now the food level is dropping daily and whenever I look out, birds are flocking around it. It's great. I love squirrels but there must be at least one place in my yard where they can't steal all the food. This appears to be that place!
Good bye squirrels
This works. It took a few days for the birds to use it but discouraged the squirrels right away. It is saving me so much bird food that is not wasted by the squirrels dumping it on the ground and breaking my feeders.
BEST BIRD FEEDER
AT FIRST THE BIRDS WERE AFRAID TO USE IT,, BUT WITHIN A WEEK THEY ALL USE THE BIRD FEEDER. IT WAS SO FUNNY WATCHING THE SQUIRREL TRY & GET AT THIS BIRD FEEDER... HE TRIED FOR 3 DAYS & FINALLY GAVE UP. NOW MY LITTLE BIRDS CAN EAT IN PEACE.
I have had 2. They work great for squirrels but they dont last long. Very annoying to have the spring that holds the top down and keeps the squirrels away to break after filling with seed. Very disappointed!
do not buy
springs pop out and break. I was able to fix them however the bigger problem is that birds will not eat from it? tried all 3 settings, left it out for 2 weeks yet feeder is still full. Put our old one back up and it was full of birds within minutes.
It arrived in record time and was in good condition. We love this bird feeder because it is meant for the birdies, we like our squirrels too and feed them separate. : )
Feeder is all one color. No visual cue as to where feeding holes or perches are. In snall container spray white spray paint. Dab onto perches. Same with forrest green to add depth and a little camouflage. Birds will return.
Can’t figure it out, left the old feeder out with the new one and they emptied the old one with not one bird even sitting on this one. Took the old one down a few days ago, still not one bird! Is it possible the perches are too small?
This is the only birdfeeder I have ever had that the squirrels cannot get into if hung properly. The feeder must be away from anything on which a squirrel could stand. Free hanging works. They can still get to the seeds but it is so much work they don't try. I love it!