Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Birdprovider This is the birds' favorite feeder!
This is my favorite bird feeder, too. I like the small size so there is less waste. Its simple design is a plus and it is easy to fill. It is also a delight to see the birds enjoy swinging on it. Also the beautiful woodpeckers will cling to the tube grate and steel a seed or two whereas they never go to other feeders. Squirrels have no success. This is the 2nd one I have gotten.
August 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cdrumm Just as advertised. Good.
So far,so good. Squirrels now waiting for crumbs to fall on the ground only.
June 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by CelticGoddess Waiting for the birds
I already have the full-size squirrel buster out at my beach house. There, the birds are so plentiful that I need to constantly replenish the feed supply. Here in my town-home, bird feeders are prohibited. Not sure why. But this little green one hides nicely in the pine tree next to my back deck.(Shhh!) I wait. I wait. The birds seem to know this residential community is not "bird friendly." Fortunately there's a nest of cardinals in the tall shrub on the other side of my deck - and they're frequent customers. This small size is perfect for my needs. One note, the way it operates; when a squirrel hangs on the bottom to get to the feed, the feed tube slides up an is no longer accessible. It will remain that way until a nice human comes out and adjusts it again. It's an easy adjustment, and not that big a deal. The sight of a cardinal on my deck, lifts my day!
May 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BeckyBirdLover Love this and it does bust squirrels
This feeder works like a charm. The little birds love it because there is a steady flow of seed. The squirrels are totally frustrated and never could get anything from it. I purchased a block feeder at the same time and the squirrels devoured that block. I have since learned to rub Vaseline on the shepherd's hook and also on the roof of the block feeder. Now it is hilarious to watch squirrels slide down the pole. They were jumping from a tree to the top of the hook but now they are in for a slippery surprise if they try that.
April 13, 2015