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Porch Swing Squirrel Feeder- Cedar or Poly

Fun squirrel feeder looks just like a miniature porch swing!

Durable red cedar hanging squirrel feeder has zinc plated chain, with 3-inch center screw to hold corn.

Use the base to feed peanuts, seed or other treats if desired. Squirrel feeders also help deter squirrels form bird feeders!

Choose cedar or recycled poly-lumber

Measures: 12" x 6" x 5"
Item Weight 1.75 lb.
Material: Wood or Recycled Plastic, Metal Chain
USA made

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    KV
    06/01/2020
    Kevin V.
    United States United States
    Squirrel Feeder

    thanks everything went well. fast shipping and nice product.

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    MG
    05/03/2020
    Mary G.
    United States United States
    Squirrel Love!

    I am pleased with the professionalism of my order AND the timely delivery of it! The bird feeding literature that accompanied my Porch Swing Squirrel Feeder is quite helpful as well. I’ll be ordering again! Thank you.

    LS
    04/18/2015
    Laura S.
    Anyway, we love your site and I will be ordering from you again soon

    Boy you have good timing! I am ready for Spring and can't wait to click through all of your fun items. I had intended to thank you for sending such a nice note to my sister when I ordered her birthday presents from your site. She LOVED her package. It was the lab dog bird feeder with the springy tail and tBlack Lab Bistro Bird Feederhe porch swing squirrel feeder. Both are awesome. She lives in Florida and has a family of the monkey faced squirrels - which are huge. Jennifer owns Florida Dancing Birds and she thought you and she had a lot of similar marketing and packaging ideas. Anyway, we love your site and I will be ordering from you again soon. I'm in Colorado, so we are just now starting to see buds on the trees. :)) It won't be long...

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