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Squirrel-Proof Suet Feeder

Suet Palace saves food for smaller birds... thwarts bully birds!

Caged style squirrel-proof feeder prevents starlings, grackles and jays from reaching through to access the goods!

Made with vinyl-coated wire to withstand elements, complete with easy hanging chain. Solid roof makes for the perfect weather guard protecting suet from rain and direct sun. For year-round use, the grid allows chickadees, downy woodpeckers, nuthatches, bluebirds and other small birds easy access to treats.

Simple to fill, holds two standard seed or suet cakes.
Measures 9 x 10.75 x 22.5
Item Weight 3.0 lb.
China

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    01/26/2019
    Dommy

    Not quite perfect

    Does deter the squirrels but they still will cling to bottom and gnaw from there. The chain is flimsy and broke the first week when the squirrels bent the top a little and knocked it to the ground. I reenforced each corner with wire and added a stronger chain for hanging. The squirrels still try but so far it's working with the modifications I made. I would welcome any improvements from the manufacturer. Until then, I won't buy another like this.

    The Birdhouse Chick

    So sorry Dommy- but we can't find an order for you? You likely purchased elsewhere since there's no email for the review either. Because you've already fixed your feeder, best to hang it where squirrels have no access to the bottom. Or try the Nuttery Squirrel-Proof Suet Feeder... they're the absolute bomb!

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    03/05/2018
    Therese N.

    Very Successful

    Our smart a persistent squirrels have not been able to steal from this feeder and we have had had it for 6 years. There is a metal piece that fits under the suet, block access from underneath the feeder. But eventually we discovered that the flickers where much happier eating upside-down than reaching through the grates so we leave it off and still the squirrels cannot get the suet. Little birds like to hang out in there during rainy or windy weather.

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