Tips-n-Tricks: Squirrel Proof the Birdfeeders

Learn how to Squirrel proof your bird feeders inexpensively with a few simple items. This no fail method works great on all types of squirrels, reds/grays/fox squirrels, etc Read More: Article: Tips-n-Tricks: Squirrel Proof the Birdfeeders

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    Learn how to Squirrel proof your bird feeders inexpensively with a few simple items. This no fail method works great on all types of squirrels, reds/grays/fox squirrels, etc

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    Love this idea, until I found this, I have been filling the bird feeder at least 2 times a day for the birds. I have even tried putting out squirrel feeders and they still eat the bird food. Thanks again.

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    Good idea.

    We had a similar problem, but with racoons too getting into our bird feeders. The racoons are more of a problem as they dump it out onto the ground from the feeder then eat it from the ground. What we did was bought aluminum flashing to wrap our poles in. (4x4 posts) And it works great for both racoons and squirrels.

 

 

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