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Birdscapes 351 Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder

3.4 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews
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  • Holds 12 lb of seed
  • Weight sensitive bar prevents squirrels from feeding
  • Sure-LockTM cap system keeps squirrels out
  • Beautiful brushed nickel finish with a four-position adjustable spring for custom settings
  • Clear plastic windows make it easy for you to monitor the seed level. Feeder can either pole mouned or hung
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Product Description

The Birdscapes Squirrel-Be-Gone II Wild Bird Feeder features a beautiful brushed nickel finish, four-position adjustable spring for custom settings and a 12 lb. seed capacity. A weight-activated blocking bar prevents squirrels from accessing the seed supply. Clear plastic doors and windows make it easy for you to monitor the seed level. The detachable roof peak makes for easy refilling and cleaning. Remember to clean your feeder once every two weeks with mild soap and water solution. Pole mount or hang. Birdscapes is the leading supplier of Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Birdscapes Wild Bird Feeder models lure the bird in pursuit of seed providing you with hours of joy as random wild birds flock to feed at your house.

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Great for all seasons, Perky Pet's peanut feast suet will attract and feed a wide variety and number of wild birds. Independently tested for complete dietary analysis and nutrition, this suet contains carefully selected ingredients providing an irresistible, healthy feast for wild birds. Packaged with Dupont Surlyn for a virtually leakproof seal that locks in freshness, the suet is easy to open and use for a variety of feeding applications. Contains 11 ounces of rendered beef suet and peanuts.

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Product Dimensions 11.1 x 14.4 x 16.1 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Teak
Manufacturer Perky Pet
ASIN B00004RA98
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Item model number 351
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3.4 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,898 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
#368 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Outdoor Décor > Backyard Birding & Wildlife > Birds > Feeders

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By Jeffrey R. Barasch on December 12, 2008
Although this feeder appears very sturdy it leaves much to be desired. The center wire that runs through the center of the feeding bin allows for the feeder to spin wildly in the wind. I had to drill a hole on each side of the roof and attach a 'Y' shaped wire that eliminates that spin. Further, the feeding tray where the birds eat the seed has no drainage holes and fills with water. Again, I had to drill four small drain holes to correct that problem. All in all, the feeder is not worth the money unless they correct these flaws. Other than that, it's perfect.
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I picked this up at a local place because it was cheaper, but this is truly a squirrel proof feeder.

Squirrels slide on the roof, and if the weight bar is set low enough it closes when they start to sit on it and fall to the ground. No, they don't get hurt, and they have figured out that if they climb on it, seeds do fall to the ground. However, they don't empty it in one setting like with most feeders.

The birds of course love it! Cardinals, Blue jays, Juncos, Finches, and an occasional Ruby Breasted Grosbeak. Using a sunflower, safflower seed mix
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Perhaps the squirrels in Maryland are more creative and determined, but ever since we hung the feeder last week, we've been inundated with squirrels in our backyard. So far, we've seen one bird using the feeder. The squirrels are able to balance themselves on the bar without it dropping them in order to get to the seed. Twice they have knocked the feeder onto the ground, spilling the contents everywhere. A relative of ours who also has this feeder reports the same problem. The feeder is more secure now and they can't knock it off, but they are still able to readily get to the seed.

We've admitted defeat to the squirrels, but at least our cats have a blast chasing them out of the yard!
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I found this feeder awesome. While many people I can see complain who mounted it on a pole, I am hanging it from above. In order for the squirrels to get to it they have to come from above and that way they cannot stay on it at all. I noticed that even my mourning doves fall off and the lid closes. However, the feeder is full of other birds that are light enough. This is the first time a filling with sunflower seeds lasted for over a week! I am in the middle of the second week and still almost halfway full. I am saving a ton of money on seeds. The squirrels are still around but only on the ground. They can enjoy picking up whatever the birds drop there. The feeder is too high up for them to jump and while they can jump from the doors and nearby trees--as they have to my previous feeder--not they do not. I suppose they had dome bad experiences. In terms of rain--in SoCal that is rarely and issue but I do have a very large round rain guard I can cover it with to protect the seeds and birds. :)
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This feeder has a major design flaw that makes is pretty much useless in my opinion. The lid that covers the opening for filling the feeder is held in place by a push-button clip that tightens on the plastic-coated cable that supports the feeder from above. This clip is not strong enough to hold the lid in place during moderate winds or when the feed within the feeder are not exactly balanced. The lid slips upward and the feeder tips sideways allowing rain and snow to ruin the feed while making a mess inside the feeder. I am contacting the seller and will follow-up with their response.
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Squirrel climes up. Tray closes. Squirrels pull the feed out from around the "closed" tray. They stay perched up on the tray for 20 minutes at a time as they eat through the feed.

This isn't a bird feeder. It's a squirrel feeder, masquerading as a bird feeder.
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I like this bird feeder. It looks nice, is easy to refill, and the birds seem to flock to it. However, the squirrels in Maryland are smarter than the ones in China, because they have no problem sitting on the perch and reaching BEHIND the cover to the gap between the glass and the frame to scoop out their seeds. My last, spring-loaded, bird feeder was more effective, but alas was made of plastic and was eaten away over time. I only paid $20 for this feeder, and for that price it was a good deal. Just not squirrel-proof.
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Very large volume and really sturdy. It keeps the squirrels at bay but the deer have figured out how to eat from it. Works great if hung very high out of their reach. Like that it has a large seed volume.
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