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Dragonfly Squirrel-Resistant Tube Feeder

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This Dragonfly Squirrel Resistant Seed Feeder offers you the perfect way to make sure your garden birds get to eat all the seed that's put inside this 1.3kg capacity feeder tube.  &nbs ...
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This Dragonfly Squirrel Resistant Seed Feeder offers you the perfect way to make sure your garden birds get to eat all the seed that's put inside this 1.3kg capacity feeder tube. 

 

The dragonfly feeder comes with two squirrel proof measures; a weight activating spring, which means that as soon as a squirrel lands on the perch access to the seed in blocked. Secondly, an antique steel cage with a special locking roof to prevent squirrels from reaching the feed through the hanging bird feeders lid. 

 

This metal bird feeder has been made from powder coated steel and finished in an antique pewter colour. It is easy to open to clean and refill, and cleaning should be done regularly to keep it safe for your garden visitors to use. 

 

Finished in a decorative dragon fly design this squirrel proof feeder with a cage makes it easy for birds such as blue tits and goldfinches to perch and enjoy whichever seed type or mix you decide to fill up this feeder with. 

 

Dimensions: H 457 x D 127 mm

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    Squirrels Review by Marlene sowerby
    Very pleased with this feeder but I found I had to alter the plastic covered hook at the top because the squirrels would have bitten through it and it would have fell to the floor and got damaged, I replaced it with a metal hook and it works perfect keeps the squirrels trying to figure out why they can't get at the sunflower hearts (Posted on 12/06/2019)
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    Excellent Review by Patricia Bird
    I bought it as we have a problem with squirrels and have discovered that it is also stops the green parakeets feeding from it. They are so heavy that the movement of the metal stops them being able to feed too. So a double thank you. I would explain we have a colony of parakeets living in the park close by and we can get as many as a dozen on the garden. (Posted on 16/05/2019)
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