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Audubon Squirrel Proof Caged Tube Type Bird Feeder Model NATUBE3
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- Squirrel Proof ABS plastic mixed seed tube feeder with four seed ports
- Seed ports are totally enclosed in a sturdy powdercoated steel cage
- Forest green finish bird feeder holds up to 1.25 lbs of mixed seed
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|Item Dimensions||15.5 x 9 x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||2.13 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||NATUBE3|
|Shipping Weight||2.15 pounds|
|Special Size Type||9 Diameter X 1|
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Audubon Squirrel Proof ABS plastic mixed seed wild bird feeder with four seed ports. Metal gridwork cage effectively keeps adult squirrels out of feeder. Holds one quart of seed. Totally enclosed in a sturdy powdercoated steel cage. Squirrels and large birds like bluejays, morning doves and grackles can't get at the seed, but most song birds can.
Top customer reviews
It seems likely that sometime in the future i may very well find a squirrel has gotten in but my experience in the last 15 years is that eventually a squirrel will get to a feeder. Currently i have a pole feeder that has worked for years and no problem with squirrels. This spring one squirrel has managed the great leap from the house roof to the top of the pole. He does not always make it and he does not seem to try every day but he does keep trying and sometimes succeeds. I keep in mind that squirrels have an average lifespan of 2 years so ....in a year and half he will be gone. And hopefully it will take another 7 years for a new squirrel to repeat the great leap.
Cheap as I am, I may even break down and buy one or two more before winter---and maybe point a camera at it. --Pictures for my Christmas cards.
It gets a 4 star rating instead of 5 beacuse I had to come up with my own solution for our persistent squirrels.