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  • This bird feeder holds 2 suet cakes and helps to prevent squirrels from getting in.

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This normally goes for $27 on Amazon (I know because I ordered two as gifts earlier at that price and just saw the price drop to $14.65. Also, they're $29.99 at Menards right now.). They're very solid and look nice. My dad hung his up and we watched with glee as his squirrel nemesis tried to get at the suet (after sliding off and barely catching himself before he fell to the ground).

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They can definitely fit in it but for whatever reason don't seem to like it. Takes them awhile to get in and once they do, they seem to panic and try to fly out. The bluebirds, chickadees, titmouse and wrens don't seem to mind at all! The downy woodpeckers will never go ALL the way in but have no problems reaching the suet. Too much work for the mockingbirds, blackbirds, grackles and crows!
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Good deal on a great feeder! Keeps the suet around longer as it discourages the larger bully birds from feeding. I've had mine for about five years now. A little dirty and faded but still going strong!
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I don't have a squirrel problem cause I hang single suet feeders on hooks and tie the feeder to the hook just in case they try to make it fall.
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Good deal on a great feeder! Keeps the suet around longer as it discourages the larger bully birds from feeding. I've had mine for about five years now. A little dirty and faded but still going strong!
What about the house sparrows? Do they get in?
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What about the house sparrows? Do they get in?
They can definitely fit in it but for whatever reason don't seem to like it. Takes them awhile to get in and once they do, they seem to panic and try to fly out. The bluebirds, chickadees, titmouse and wrens don't seem to mind at all! The downy woodpeckers will never go ALL the way in but have no problems reaching the suet. Too much work for the mockingbirds, blackbirds, grackles and crows!
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They can definitely fit in it but for whatever reason don't seem to like it. Takes them awhile to get in and once they do, they seem to panic and try to fly out. The bluebirds, chickadees, titmouse and wrens don't seem to mind at all! The downy woodpeckers will never go ALL the way in but have no problems reaching the suet. Too much work for the mockingbirds, blackbirds, grackles and crows!
Thanks good to know. Our woodpecker suet is being eaten by starlings, blackbirds and house sparrows. I may try this out.
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Thanks good to know. Our woodpecker suet is being eaten by starlings, blackbirds and house sparrows. I may try this out.
Have you looked into upside down suet feeders? This particular feeder is a great and I highly recommend it. It does help keep the bully birds at bay, but they MAY still be able to use it (if they are determined). The upside down feeders only get used by the woodpeckers (and occasionally goldfinches) because unlike most birds they can eat upside down.
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thanks op got one
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Squirrels have to eat too.
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Know what this doesn't stop? Chipmunks.

Bought this at a garage sale for $5 and I'm glad that's all I paid for it. It's nice, but it definitely isn't a "keep out everything but the birds" solution, unfortunately.
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Send the Ravens!
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my problem is raccoons. Several times I have found my suet cage on the ground in the morning.
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I bought a $100 squirrel buster. It's already paid for itself in the seed it has saved. I'd recommend that over this.
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