Squirrel Proof Peanut Feeders
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- The Nuttery Chinese Lantern Squirrel Proof Peanut Feeder in Aubergine4 reviews
The Nuttery Original Compact Squirrel Proof Peanut Feeder14 reviews
- 5 out of 5
- Best feeder - I bought two Nuttery Chinese Lantern feeders. They look great & enable small birds to feed undisturbed. I particularly like the screw top & ease of dismantling to clean. I bought this one as a gift as my friend loved them too.
Round Squirrel Proof Nut Feeder4 reviews
- 4.5714285714286 out of 5
- Squirrel proof - see previous comments
Premium Squirrel Proof Guardian Nut Feeder1 review
- 5 out of 5
- Perfect for little birds
Guardian Peanut FeederNo reviewsTom Chambers Squirrel Baffle11 reviews
- 3 out of 5
Henry Bell Heritage Squirrel Proof Cage22 reviews
- 4.6363636363636 out of 5
- Barry Dilks
- Very good product, robust and I like the fact that the centre hole has a spacer for different sizes off posts. We live in the country so did not buy it as a squirrel baffle but is is stopping the crows jumping up onto the feeders and it certainly is stopp
Tom Chambers Squirrel Stop Peanut Feeder2 reviews
- 4.3636363636364 out of 5
- Not Starling proof - I bought this after reading a review that it kept the starlings at bay. It does not. In fact it makes it easier for them to get at the seed. I ve added a chicken wire cover with small holes for the smaller birds. That seems to have do
- 4 out of 5
- Mix up - I bought 2 feeders Thus one specifically for peanuts and the other a seed feeder. No birds ate from the peanut feeder as the mesh behind the feeding hole was not big enough for the bird to get at the peanuts. Assumed they had labelled the Feeders