Well, our two resident squirrels don't like the new metal feeder openings I
fabricated for the rebuilt feeder. After 1 day, they chewed partway throug
h the hot glue I had used to hold the feeder tubes in place, and bent some
of the heavy metal the tubes were made of. The bent metal did not give them
better access to the food itself. Now,after a day,they seem to have given
up on getting food from the feeder itself and are scrounging food from the
We'll see what happens next!!!
These are similar to the ones I linked to. Mine have a screw on the
bottom so that you can adjust the amount of tension. It also comes with
a "guide" that gives you approximate weights of birds. It's helpful if
you know what kind of birds you want to feed, that way you can adjust
the tension so that only those types of birds can access the seed. All
squirrels in my area are heavier than any birds I would be feeding so
that's not a problem :)
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