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Snack Shack Bird Feeder, Squirrel-Resistant, Holds 7-Lbs.

Snack Shack Bird Feeder, Squirrel-Resistant, Holds 7-Lbs. is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
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$39.99
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Model #
23807
Item #
172539

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Description
Audubon, snack shack squirrel resistant bird feeder, roof locks securely to keep squirrels out of hopper, double sided hopper feeder, includes heavy duty hanger, easy to fill & clean, 7 lb seed capacity.
  • Locking roof, no waste seed baffle
  • Adjustable weight setting on spring operated perches
  • Ready to hang with included zinc-plated steel hanger
  • Squirrel Resistant
  • 7 lb mixed seed capacity
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 172539
Weight 4.2500
UPC 00047977008073
Country of Origin CN
Package Width 11.0
Package Length 7.25
Package Height 15.5
Model Number 23807
Brand Audubon
Assembled Width 11.0
Assembled Length 7.25
Assembled Height 22.25
Manufacturer Name WOODLINK
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All squirrels Will learn how to get into your feed Bought this last year. We use a two step squarl block. 1 put some sort of vaseline on pole (temporary discourage them, needs to reapplying regularly). Then I started putting Vaseline on the red metal of the feeder along with pole. After a week of getting there greased and falling off feeder they have given up. The bird were never inconvenience by the Vaseline. The squirrel chew through the plastic feeder parts (the weak spot in all feeder designs). The complaint about the spring is possibly because the squirrel is using the edges of feeder o hang on. They never had a chance to find the edges with the spring. Good luck, if they figure out how to get into feeder TAKE IT DOWN for the season and use it next year.
Date published: 2020-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Our birds hated it Our old feeder broke, so we thought we would try something else. We would fill our old feeder daily. We did not have to worry about that with this one, they simply did not eat out if it at all
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Springs disappear Only filled it once and both springs have disappeared. I suspect that squirrels hang onto the springs and pull them off to disappear in the grass below.
Date published: 2016-09-01
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