About us: We own a wild bird feeding supply nature shop in East Lansing, Michigan,
a store that provides a wide variety of supplies to help you enjoy the birdwatching hobby.

This blog was created to answer frequently asked questions & to share nature stories and photographs.
To contribute, email me at bloubird@gmail.com.

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Do You Sell Squirrel Proof Feeders?

Squirrel proof feeders are our number one selling feeders at our Wild Birds Unlimited store in East Lansing, Michigan. There are several to choose from and most have a lifetime guarantee even against squirrel damage.

Our best selling feeder is the Squirrel Buster Plus II.
  • Easy to fill
  • Easy to clean with no tools required
  • Lock top to prevent squirrel from opening
  • Huge seed capacity for fewer fillings
  • Cardinal ring for comfitable feeding distance
  • 6 ports close when squirrel attempts to sit on perch
  • Adjustable tension that can even be set to shut down on blackbirds
  • Dishwasher-safe parts allow easy sterilization
  • Lifetime guarantee
How it Works: When a squirrel climbs onto the feeder, its weight automatically forces the shroud down, closing the seed ports. Squirrels and large birds are foiled but not harmed in any way.

Use the latest technology to stay one step ahead of pesky squirrels. This feeder's weight-sensitive spring mechanism closes feed ports when squirrels attempt to eat, and it is located inside the feeder so squirrels can't tamper with it. Use with or without the cardinal ring, depending on birds you wish to attract. Built-to-last UV-stabilized polycarbonate, powder-coated aluminum, and stainless steel. Holds 3 quarts seed. 7" dia x 22" high.


Vetsy said...

I love this product too".... The Squirrel Buster plus is very entertaining! It won't hurt the squirrels but it sure hurts my side laughing at them.

Almost daily I have at least 10 squirrel at a time bugging me and my birds.

This product would give me and my birds relief and may even improve my health because.... "Laughter is the best Medicine".

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#FeedtheBirds said...

Thank you. I appreciate all the feedback.

The one complaint I get with the Squirrel Buster is that the squirrels don't try to get on the feeder like they do in the video. I've found they just tend to avoid the feeder. I always tell people if they wait until spring they may see unknowing baby squirrels come along and entertain them by trying to figure out the feeder.

As for my blog, I’m learning as I go along. I knew I could answer questions (I do that every day, all day long at our shop), but some of this computer stuff takes awhile for me to grasp. So I hope even though my “cover” isn’t very attractive, the “book” is enjoyable.