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Nature's Market Squirrel Proof Peanut Feeder

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The Nature's Market Squirrel Guard Peanut Feeder is designed to deter squirrels whilst allowing smaller birds to feed. &nb ...
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The Nature's Market Squirrel Guard Peanut Feeder is designed to deter squirrels whilst allowing smaller birds to feed.

 

The feeder has been constructed by green powder coated metal, although It is an expensive feeder, it is sturdy.


Dimensions: W 150 x D 150 x H 230mm

 

 

*A Note On Squirrel Protection

 

This feeder can only protect against adult grey squirrels and large adult birds. Some birds may not fit through the bars but could manage to get their head into the feeder.  Adolescent young squirrels could squeeze into the feeder due to their flexibility. The young squirrels look very similar to adults. This is a temporary seasonal issue.

 

You may also find that adolescent jackdaws, crows and pigeons may find their way in. The bars on these feeders cannot be made smaller to protect from adolescent or red squirrels as this would pose a risk to the birds.

 

A deterrent of chilli flakes mixed in with the nuts or seeds will deter the squirrels whilst being completely harmless to the birds.

 

 

 

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    Feeder Review by Jillian
    Haven't put it out yet, but I'm sure birds will love it (Posted on 14/08/2020)
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    Birds love it Review by Robert
    Birds flocking to eat the peanuts (Posted on 12/08/2020)
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    Nice feeder Review by wendy
    I like the feeder easy to fill looks good (Posted on 30/05/2020)
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    Good Review by Susan
    Good for deterring squirrels. (Posted on 28/05/2020)
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    Definitely suirrel proof Review by Margaret
    Before getting this feeder, the squirrels had managed to bite through a number of feeders which then meant whole peanuts could be removed easily by them and the larger birds. as the breeding season has begun, it's not good for blue tits or great tits to get whole nuts. Since the new feeder has gone up, I've gone through fewer nuts and the little birds have been able to feed in peace. (Posted on 30/04/2020)
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