CJ Wildlife Singapore Squirrel Resistant Peanut Feeder

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This Singapore Squirrel Resistant Peanut Feeder has been specially designed to resist large birds and squirrels to stop them from eating all your bird food before smaller birds including; house sparrows, finches, blue tits, robins or great tits even have a chance to pay the new bird feeder in your garden a visit.

The Singapore feeder has been designed with an anti-squirrel cage made from strong metal with holes that are only big enough for small wild birds to fit through before they can then peacefully feed from the peanuts inside the internal, large, mesh feeder. The mesh also gives your feathered friends a place to easily perch onto whilst they enjoy the tasty food you have put out for them.

Hang the feeder from a tree, feeding station, or a suitable hook, preferably within 2m from cover. Fill the feeder by unscrewing the nob on the top, and then lift the lid and fill the feeder

This lightweight yet well made feeder has been built to last from powder coated metal which is both robust and weather resistant and will be able to keep your garden birds well fed for years. The Paris feeder also requires fewer refills (depending on how popular this feeder is) thanks to the larger capacity peanut holder which is especially beneficial in winter as you will not have to make as many trips out into the cold and rainy weather to keep your feathered garden visitors well fed.

Easily clean out this squirrel proof feeder approximately every 8 weeks to keep it safe for garden birds to use, and this can easily be done by either reaching through the mesh gaps to clean or by simply taking apart this CJ Wildlife feeder to ensure no area is missed in the cleansing process.

A Note On Squirrel Protection

This feeder can only protect against adult grey squirrels and large adult birds. Some birds may not fit through the bars but could manage to get their head into the feeder. Adolescent young squirrels could squeeze into the feeder due to their flexibility. The young squirrels look very similar to adults. This is a temporary seasonal issue.

You may also find that adolescent jackdaws, crows and pigeons may find their way in. The bars on these feeders cannot be made smaller to protect from adolescent or red squirrels as this would pose a risk to the birds.

A deterrent of chilli flakes mixed in with the nuts or seeds will deter the squirrels whilst being completely harmless to the birds.