Squirrel Stopper 36" x 118" high
I live in central New Jersey land of the grey squirrel. They are like rats with bushy tails and will eat pretty much anything they find including expensive bird seed.
This new system is working great. It is very entertaining to watch squirrels try and climb the post. It is now covered in muddy paw marks! They are now relegated to sitting at the bottom, waiting for the birds to drop a morsel for them.
Bottom line, the squirrels are now working for me cleaning up the mess the birds drop.
May 21, 2013
We had been "warring" with the squirrels for years! And almost gave up feeding the multitude of feathered visitors to your back yard. We tried many different squirrel deterrent methods; baffles; slinkys; moth balls; greasy poles as well as getting the squirrels their own feeders! This was the last ditch effort for me and I am so happy that I gave this feeder pole a try! My husband installed it with some skepticism that it would work when it arrived in April and we have not had one squirrel on our bird feeders! It has been nice to be able to purchase additional bird feeders and buy a better variety of bird food now that we know the birds are benefiting and not the squirrels! We have seen an increase in the numbers of birds visiting as well as an increase in the variety of species. And BTW we still feed the squirrels - they are fun to watch.
I have never written a product review (and I purchase online frequently) but had to take the time for this wonderful product.
May 18, 2013
So Far, So Good! I've only had this Pole for a few weeks but it works great. The squirrels were able to get on it but only because I had a very long feeder on it. After watching the squirrels figure out how to bounce on the baffle and then cling to the long feeder to climb up, I removed the long feeder and they are no longer able to get up. It is great fun watching the squirrels try to figure out how to get past the baffle - no progress for the little gray rats so far.
July 6, 2012
After a couple trys the Squirrels quit trying to get to the bird feed.
March 9, 2012