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These bird feeders won’t get raided by squirrels

You have options when it comes to keeping furry menaces away from our feathered friends’ snacks.
bird feeders

No squirrels allowed.

Brian Klutch

Seeds hold the potential for new life, but not all are destined to grow.

Some provide sustenance for our feathered friends, luring birds also love a seedy snack and will scare off avians trying to snag a nibble. These feeders each keep the furballs at bay while welcoming the winged ones.

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