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Squirrel Proof

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    Top 5 Squirrel-Proof Feeders

    Why choose a squirrel-proof feeder? The goal of a squirrel-proof bird feeder is to keep squirrels out of your bird seed. That’s why most “squirrel-proof” feeders have either wire caging or a weight-sensitive perch that drops…

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    Tilt-Top Feeder for Cardinals

    Our popular Tilt-Top Feeder has been a customer favorite for over 35 years. Attract cardinals with black oil sunflower seed or safflower seed—and send squirrels sliding safely towards the ground. The instant a squirrel lands on…

  • True story by Rick Garvia about feeding the birds.

    A True Story by Rick Garvia

    Here’s something that may surprise you: Over fifty-five million Americans over the age of sixteen feed wild birds, and together they spend more than three billion dollars a year on bird food, and another eight-hundred million…

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    Meet “Chip” the Cardinal

    We were delighted when one of our customers sent us photos of the cardinal in their backyard! Here’s what Jeanne from Gainesville, GA wrote to us, “I thought you might like to see how our one year old…

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    Squirrel-Proof Window Feeder

    Window feeders are a great way to bring birds up close for amazingly detailed views. But one problem with window feeders is they’re a squirrel magnet. Squirrels on window feeders make great entertainment for indoor cats,…

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    Squirrel-Proof Your Feeders

    There are many bird feeders that claim they are squirrel-proof, but what does that mean, exactly? Most of the time it means that although a squirrel can get on the feeder, he can’t damage it and…

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    Squirrel-Proof Bird Feeders

    Squirrel-Proof Bird Feeders Explained If you’re frustrated by squirrels, you might be tempted to rush right out and buy the first squirrel-proof feeder you find. But wait! This impulsive decision could end up only adding to…