I take you want a shop in which case most Garden Centres offer a reasonable
range - look for Droll Yankee or RSPB brands but remember that they offer
different ranges for different situations.
Take a look at
bear in mind this Amazon review:
I was given one of these and soon found that it needs to be hung well clear
of any place from which a squirrel can jump onto it. Once a squirrel has got
onto the nut cage, it will make mincemeat of the wire mesh cage. Dont
underestimate the ability of a squirrel to jump amazing distances, and even
to rearrance things. I got up one morning to find that they had had managed
to free the supporting cable and the feeder was lying on the ground,
completely chewed out of shape (and empty). I only got it to work when I
carefully hung it by a wire from a tree in such a way that there was no way
a squirrel could jump from the side or from below. Since finding this ideal
location not one squirrel has defeated it. My dear woodpeckers now visit it
every day, despite it's battered appearance from it's previous unsuccessful
use. The bad news is that the nearest suitable tree is almost out of sight
of my house! Buy it if you can find a location with at least a metre of
clearance all around it. Otherwise learn to love squirrels! Grrrr
It depends on part on how determined your squirrels are. which might
depend on what other food sources are available.
We did have one of those wire cage type things with the feeder inside,
which kept the squirrels and larger birds out, but eventually various
bits rusted and it was got rid of. But for very determined squirrels
they are pretty much proof against attack
In our previous house where we had quite a few squirrels I found that a
stainless steel wire mesh tube tube feeder kept them out of the peanuts.
They would have a go at nibbling through the mesh, but can't get much
Similar to this:
for seeds we use the Metal Defender ones as here:
The base , top and the feeding ports are cast aluminium, the tube is
plastic. The aluminium bits are resistant to squirrels -ours got a few
teeth marks that was it. All the edges of the tube are protected, and
thus resistant to squirrels as well. If they can get at it, then they
can get some of the seed out, but careful mounting helps here. The
quality of these feeders is excellent. Ours have lasted years.
These are widely available under the RSPB brand. Though I can recommend
I put out one of those red bags of nuts for the birdies and that nasty
squirrel came and stole the whole thing! I've got a wire basket one
now which he hangs upside down to pick at but he prefers to just scoff
the sunflower seeds on the table.
I hung peanuts in shells on a string once and the jay visited them
regularly... must try that again.