Chapelwood Premier Squirrel Resistant Peanut Feeder
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The Chapelwood Premier Squirrel Resistant Peanut Feeder has a strong powder-coated steel cage which keeps smaller birds safe whilst larger birds and squirrels* won't be able to access the peanuts.
The feeder features a mesh cage for the peanuts surrounded by the metal cage.
- Squirrel proof
- Strong powder coated steel
- Keeps smaller birds safe
- Prevents adult squirrels and adult larger birds from accessing the food
Dimensions: H 260 x W 200mm
*A note on Juvenile Squirrels and Juvenile Large Birds
This feeder can only deter against adult squirrels and adult large birds. Juvenile squirrels are extremely adgile with less fur than their adult counterparts, this means they are able to access small spaces, and could potentially get through the bars on this feeder. Squirrels are born in March and April, and again in June and July, so you may find this a problem during the spring and summer months.
Young large birds may also find their way to the food, particulary young magpies and crows. In addition to this some birds with longer beaks such as a woodpecker may be able to reach the food. We cannot guarantee that this feeder will resist access/damage from these young squirrels and birds but it will deter the majority of the larger fully grown species.
If these juvenile squirrels cause issue then we recommend trying a sprinkling of chilli flakes in the bird feed, squirrels really hate chilli. However birds are not at all bothered by chilli, so this is unlikely to deter the juvenile large birds.
All orders over £25 (or weighing 12.5kg or more) are delivered free of charge.
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