Audubon Mini Absolute Squirrel Proof Feeder


Price

$37.99

Item # 7458
Ship Weight 2.40 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Sorry Squirrels, This Seed is for the Birds

Rugged, all-metal Audubon Mini Absolute Squirrel Proof Feeder is fitted with two counter balance perches that adjust to allow light, medium, or heavy birds on the perch. When squirrels or large birds step onto the perch, a metal shield immediately covers the seed tray, shutting off the seed supply.

Simply unlatch the squirrel resistant roof and lift for easy filling and cleaning. No waste seed saver baffle keeps birds from shoveling out food. Holds up to 4 lbs of seed. Attractive bright red powder coated steel body with zinc-plated steel withstands all types of weather and critters.

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Product Features

  • Holds up to 4 lbs of mixed seed, sunflower seeds, peanut halves or safflower
  • No waste seed saver baffle stops birds from shoveling food out
  • Durable, chew-resistant red powder coated steel body with a zinc-plated steel hanger
  • Feed only the birds you want with independent spring settings
  • Squirrel resistant roof
  • Lift roof for easy filling and cleaning
  • Seed level indicator window shows when feeder is empty
  • Overhanging roof helps keep the seed dry and protected from the elements

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Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 1/5

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from IL

No birds on mine either. :(

2018-02-01

My parents bought this for me, and guess what - the squirrels figured it out in no time. It's very short, so they can hang from the top hanger and not trigger the cover. The red color has almost completely disappeared over the course of a year, and worst of course, hardly any birds! It's really too small for cardinals, and only a couple finches and chickadees ever visit. The feeder my son made out of a milk jug is much more popular, and also has no squirrels! (Not that I mind feeding them...just saying...)


from TN

no squirrels, but no birds either

2017-12-25

I've had this feeder hanging on my front porch for a couple of months or so. Birds are not attracted to it. After a few days I sprinkled some mixed seed on the porch to let them know food was around - birds came and ate. Still would not take the same seed from the feeder. Maybe they don't like red?