Squirrel Problem Solving

With its generous 24 cup capacity bucket, you'll spend less time filling and more time watching.

Clear-view, easy-flow seed dispensing means bird’s peck at a seed and it falls out in front of them onto the tray for easy dining. The Sky Café Bird Feeder comes with a lifetime warranty against squirrel damage.

Squirrels can make bird feeding a challenge when they hog the feeders, eat all the seed and keep the birds away.

Red Squirrels in particularly are known for their habit of chewing bird feeders, bird houses and just about anything else they can get their teeth through.

) are the smaller squirrels that are commonly found in our backyards and neighborhoods.

Red Squirrels are typically found around areas with coniferous trees as their main food source is pine cones.Feel free to bring your feeder to WBU Barrie so we can set you up with the proper baffle for your feeder.WBU APS Raccoon Baffle: Having trouble with rascal chipmunks, squirrels or raccoons getting into your bird feeders?The long, cylindrical design of our Raccoon Baffle specializes in deterring raccoons, squirrels and chipmunks from reaching your feeders.This baffle can be mounted to fit our Advanced Pole System® (APS) and is available in a durable black powder-coated finish.Squirrels slide off the dome every time they try, and they do keep trying, again and again.Cardinals, chickadees, tufted titmice, woodpeckers and many other songbirds gather on this circular, full-view patio.Please note that all of information provided on our website about our products is meant to be informative only.For more information regarding prices and shipping (within Canada only) please visit our store in Barrie (515 Bryne Drive, Barrie, ON), phone us (705) 726-7600 or send us an email 1.It also helps to shelter birds feeding from any inclement weather such as rain or snow It comes with a lifetime guarantee.Sky Café Bird Feeder: The Sky Café Bird Feeder is a squirrel-proof bird feeder, referenced very highly in Bird Watcher's Digest and Bill Adler, Jr.'s book.


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