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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2008
We were looking for a bird feeder that would keep the squirrels from eating all the food. We had tried others, but the squirrels out here seemed to enjoy eating through the wire / plastic / wood. This one is perfect because of the design - the squirrels try to get at it, but it spins and tilts, knocking them off (we have it hung on a hook that projects a good 12" from the post on our deck). Also, the way the panels are designed keeps the food in instead of dumping it on the ground when the squirrels spin and tilt it. Another plus is that the bigger birds (blue jays, crows, and yes, TURKEYS - they get on the deck railing to eat, but can't get to this one) can't use this one comfortably at all. We are very pleased with this bird feeder and plan on buying another.
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It must be great to be able to see the birds enjoy this feeder, while the squirrels are deterred. We are glad to hear that you enjoy it!

If you have any future questions or concerns about this feeder please contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973).
Best Regards,

Lauren
Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation
Perky-Pet®
73 of 85 people found the following review helpful
on April 21, 2009
This birdfeeder has enough going against it that I wouldn't purchase it if given another chance. The central wire makes it swing much more in the wind, making it difficult for birds to feed on a windy day. Although the cover has a button to hold the lid in place, on windy days, the button doesn't hold well and the bird food dumps all over the ground. Also, the plastic windows aren't big enough and are barely held in place by the 2 metal clips that line the side of each edge. The plastic fell out when the wind blew my feeder off a really secure branch. However, at least it didn't break. So, overall, I'm not happy with this feeder and wouldn't recommend it to others.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on March 8, 2008
This is a great bird feeder. It is large enough to hold 5lbs. of feed, but not so big it bends the tree branch down. It is a very nice feeder and is made of high quality material. I am very happy with this feeder and so are the birds.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on June 6, 2009
Birdfeeder has a couple of design flaws that make it unuseable as far as our yard goes. The top does not fit secure on top (slips off with the slightest bump) and the press clip slide on the wire that releases the top to move up and down does not hold securely. Therefore... top is easily set askew when a squirrel jumps causing the feeder to lean to one side and stay there and spilling seed. I don't know how the reviewer can say that the seed doesn't spill. I lose about a cup of seed everytime the squirrel jumps on it. Cute feeder - bad design. Going to my auction box. Waste of money.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on June 20, 2012
What a ludicrous claim. In a way, I suppose it worked. The feeder was so easy for squirrels to get into, six of them died laughing!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on April 16, 2012
I only had this up for a couple of days, and the squirrels quickly learned how to "jump" on it to make it swing wildly which causes the lid to come off (despite being secured) and seeds dropping to the ground. The squirrels then drop to the deck and eat the seeds, along with birds and chipmunks. Blasted squirrels!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2009
I replaced a plastic bird feeder with this copper bird feeder. On the first day my smart squirrel figured out how to lift the lid (don't ask me how the squirrel figured this one out) and get the seed out. I have had this feeder for about 2 months now, no more "breaking and entering" by the squirrel(s) and I love it! Worth the money if you plan on long time devotion to feeding our feathered friends.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
I'm disappointed with this product. I agree with the reviewer who said that the wire with the plastic button doesn't hold the cover firmly in place. This makes the food spill all over the ground. The holes are too big, too. I put tape on the inside over the openings to make them smaller so if the feeder tips less spills out. Also, when you fill it, it's too easy for the plastic sides to get dislodged--then the food really pours out. On top of all this, the birds seem to prefer my $7.99 feeder from the hardware store. I'm not going to toss this, but I wouldn't buy it again. More trouble than it's worth, and wasteful.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I have a problem with squirrels. I seem to feed the squirrels more than I do the birds. This bird feeder really is squirrel proof!! The top actually locks in place and the squirrels can't get it open. This is a beautiful bird feeder to hang on your patio or porch.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2010
This was ordered for Mother's Day. I live away at college and wouldn't be able to make it into town for the holiday so I needed something I could ship without seeing and make sure it would arrive on time. It arrived with several days to spare and when I saw it, I couldn't have been happier. I was worried, after looking at the price, that it would show up and look a little cheap, but it was better than I had imagined. It didn't say anywhere but it's made out of metal, not plastic which looks great. The birds love it and my mom loves it hanging out of her kitchen window. It comes with a wire built in to hang off of a tree or pole.
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