Do you remember watching that video of a squirrel with a horse head? Now that was funny. We often get so caught up with keeping squirrels away from our bird feeders that we forget to have fun when feeding the birds.
This neat horse head–featured in the video below–doubles as a squirrel feeder and, as entertaining as it is, it’s a welcome change to have fun and keep the squirrels away from your bird feeders.
Have you seen the video? Watch it now:
That’s a wonderful gift idea! Where can I get it?
At Duncraft, the largest online retailer of bird feeding supplies, of course.
We’re now carrying the horse head feeder and a similar squirrel feeder in the shape of a squirrel head. Both of these feeders distract squirrels with food, keeping them away from your beloved birds at their respected feeders.
Here’s a little known fact: Since squirrels can smell food from a distance, the small bit of food inside the horse head feeder is enough to entice them inside the head to investigate. Keep your video camera nearby, so you can relive the funny moment over the holidays when you most need to smile.
How can you encourage squirrels to visit your yard or stay away from your bird feeders?
These fun squirrel feeders make great headway, pun intended, to keep your squirrels away from your bird feeders. However, adding diversion feeders that can hold more food works wonders when keeping the squirrels busy for longer.
We’ve even put together a slideshow, below, so you can see all of the wonderful squirrel feeders we carry in the hopes you can find the perfect one for the bird or squirrel lover in your life. Take a deep breath and relax. You’ve found a stress-free way to enjoy the holidays by focusing on your beautiful birds and taking funny videos of squirrels. Your friends and family are going to love you for this.
21 Squirrel Diversion Feeders You’re Going to Love
Enjoy the slideshow! Click on any photo to learn more about the product on our website, Duncraft.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
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