The Nuttery Chinese Lantern Squirrel Proof Seed Feeder - Celadon Green
The Nuttery Chinese Lantern Seed Feeder in Celadon Green has been designed with a squirrel proof cage, which will help the seed feeder inside to stay full and ready for your small garden birds to enjoy.see more
Availability: In stock
Regular Price: £19.99
Special Price £14.79
The Nuttery Chinese Lantern Seed Feeder in Celadon Green has been designed with a squirrel proof cage, which will help the seed feeder inside to stay full and ready for your small garden birds to enjoy, and this squirrel deterrent feeder comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Constructed from high quality steel, this squirrel proof feeder has been built to last and it features a screw top lid for easy filling and cleaning, and a metal hook at the top which allows you to quickly hang up this feeder in your garden and begin attracting birds to this colourful wild bird feeder.
*A Note On Juvenile Squirrels and birds
The Nuttery squirrel proof feeders protect against adult grey squirrels and large adult birds. Some large birds wont be able fit their body through the bars of the feeder but could be able to get their beaks inside the feeder to access the food.
Young squirrels can potentially squeeze into the bars and access the feeder. Young squirrels look very similar to adults but are far fluffier and more flexible! Squirrels are born in March, April, July and August so there may well be a risk around these months. This issue will be the problem of any squirrel proof feeder with bars. The bar gaps cannot be made smaller as this could be a risk for the birds. You may also find that young jackdaws, crows and pigeons may find their way in, again this is a seasonal problem.
A dash of chilli flakes mixed in with the nuts or seeds will have no effect on the birds at all but will deter the squirrels if they do manage to access the feeder inside.
Dimensions: H: 17 cm x Dia: 20 cm
- Great design & quality
Quality Price ValueGreat design & quality A beautiful feeder - love the colour and unusual shape. The screw top, quality robust materials & clever design works well to keep larger birds & squirrels out. I do have one clever chap who tips it up shakes a few seeds out and then scampers down to pick them up from the ground! I don"t mind as the small birds can then get on with feeding. Less robust feeders have been chewed up in the past. Karen 19-09/10
- Most satisfactory
Quality Price ValueMost satisfactory I have bought so many bird feeders and they scatter the food everywhere or the darn squirrel chews through the holder. Thus far the Nuttery Chinese lantern is a success, and the metal squirrel proof. Birdfan 19-07/22
Quality Price ValueRecommendable! I really wasn’t sure at first glance. The feeder seemed really small and I wondered if the birds would be able to get in. My first instinct was to send it back and get a bigger feeder. However, on second thoughts I kept it. It took about a week before the blue tits and great tits started to feed from it. What wonderful site. I’m really glad I kept it and it looks very nice. Great colour too. So I recommend it. Rui 19-07/13
- Very good
Quality Price ValueVery good It’s a good feeder as larger birds can get inti get the food . Janice 19-07/07
Quality Price Valueexcellent Very good looking and successful in keeping squirrels and jackdaws away from the sunflower seeds. I am delighted with my purchases. Wendy 19-06/30
- Does the job for me
Quality Price ValueDoes the job for me This little squirrel proof feeder will sit inside my bird house/table, frustrating the squirrels who can no longer guzzle the seed. There is more room inside the cage than the Nuttery original compact feeder, the great tits are making good use of this feeder as well as the sparrows, goodbye pesky squirrel. This really suits my situation and I am very pleased with this purchase. Jane 19-06/06
- Attractive feeder
Quality Price ValueAttractive feeder Very attractive feeder. Good quality. The blue tits and great tits are using it but the goldfinches are sticking to their niger seed. Two robins have also worked out how to get the sunflower seed. I might buy the niger seed lantern next. The only thing I am worried about is the parakeets. The bars are quite wide apart and I am not convinced they wont be able to reach through. They haven't discovered it yet so fingers crossed. Belinda 19-05/27