Many years I ago I lived in the woods and bought a bird suet seed bell sort of like this:
Unlike the picture it had a plastic stem and I looked out my window just in time to see a squirrel bite it off and roll it in to the woods.
posted on 12/07/2019 9:23:50 AM PST
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posted on 12/07/2019 9:26:16 AM PST
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Ah yes squirrels can be a problem. Our suet cage is on a iron crook which I keep greased. That and we have pretty much decimated the fox squirrel population, The black squirrels moved in and they don’t come anywhere near the house or feeder. Usually starting in January the pileateds start hitting the suet. They are feeding babies then. They can really go through it.
posted on 12/07/2019 9:44:18 AM PST
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"Unlike the picture it had a plastic stem and I looked out my window just in time to see a squirrel bite it off and roll it in to the woods."
Those bratty Squirrels! However:
posted on 12/07/2019 2:11:50 PM PST
by Diana in Wisconsin
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