Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder – Springtime Here We Come
We have birdhouses in multiple places throughout the yard. However, there is a huge squirrel population that also tends to enjoy the feeders. My mother-in-law tries everything known to man to try and keep the squirrels from her bird feeders – some ideas with limited success, others with no success.
Bird expert website seabirdsanctuary.org has discussed the 15 best squirrel-proof bird feeders. This bird feeder has fruit spikes to attract more birds with a cute little pool with a branch. It can rest on a sill or hang from a hook. It was very easy to put together with several small screws. We will be hanging it if we can dig out from the 40+ inches of snow we have on the ground. It is made of plastic, but sturdy plastic, and I can’t wait to see the birds attracted to it. None of our other bird feeders have a fruit spike, adding a whole new dimension to our bird collections.
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