Bird feeder PVC pole
How I created a squirrel proof bird feeder pole out of PVC pipe and a treated 4x4. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Starring ComedianArtistBen7".
Community Calendar03/20/17 ,via Hartselle Enquirer
Painting Party- Join us at the civic center on the following dates from 6-9 p.m. and create your very own door hanger. The fee is $20 per project. Feb. 16 (Home Plate, State of Alabama, Pot of Gold), Mar. 21 (Bunny Hat, Cross, Bird Feeder), Apr. 20
DIGGIN IN | Finding feeders for feathered friends12/10/16 ,via Daily Press
Our favorite was a 10-foot-long 4-by-4 cemented in the ground, and outfitted with a squirrel- and raccoon-deterrent baffle and four 12-inch, vinyl-coated hooks. Caged feeders to fend off squirrels and nuisance birds came from Wild Wings Nature Store in
WildCare Rescues Squirrel Trapped in Birdfeeder12/29/16 ,via Huffington Post
It was too dangerous for Susan to try to remove the squirrel on her own, so she placed a large blanket over the squirrel and the feeder, (covering the squirrel's eyes helps to reduce her stress and struggling), lifted the entire bundle off its
Backyard bird baths and feeders: Keep them clean, away from chemicals07/02/16 ,via OregonLive.com
To thwart them, Sanchez recommends using baffles, which are half-moons of plastic that go above a feeder. Though some people insist it doesn't work, putting feeders on a pole hanger in the middle of the lawn can stop squirrels from reaching the food.
Finding feeders for feathered friends01/12/17 ,via The Daily Herald
Our favorite was a 10-foot-long 4-by-4 cemented in the ground, and outfitted with squirrel- and raccoon-deterrent baffle and four 12-inch, vinyl-coated hooks. Caged feeders fend off squirrels and nuisance birds. This time, we purchased an advanced
The Backyard Bird Feeder's BibleRodale Books. 2000. 368 pages.
"It happens to the best of us--it's the height of feeder season, the yard is filled with customers, and you realize the birdseed can is empty. I learned my solution at my mother's knee--ransack the kitchen for anything remotely edible! Stale bread, withered fruit, and peanut butter are all fine fill-in-the-gap foods." Pull up a chair next to the window looking out on your bird feeder and join author Sally Roth in an informative, inspirational, and often light-hearted look at the foods,...