Finally!! A squirrel-proof bird feeder that
really is squirrel
proof!! Really. It's hysterical to watch the squirrels try, and try again, for some of that tasty bird
food - only to fail! So funny!
reader made notice of my reference to "greedy
last week’s column and said she had found a 100 percent squirrel proof
bird feeder that she gave to her son for his birthday.
She said the feeder has been in place since last fall and not one squirrel
has mastered it. It’s the RollerFeeder Bird Feeder. I checked it
out...If it really works
– and my reader swears it does – it might be worth it. "...by Outdoor Columnist John Pitarresi.
...Best, most effective feeder I've ever owned!
- Bristol, Connecticut
2 Sided Hopper style squirrel proof bird feeder
with double perching stations and dual purpose
incorporating both seed trays and stainless steel mesh
feeding sides. Built-in rain & snow weather-proof outer housing
protects seed from the elements. Humorous squirrel powered rolling mechanics harmlessly ejects
& befuddles squirrels & keeps larger nuisance birds off while catering to
native songbirds. Includes versatile single point hanger &
reversible perches for tough starling problems. Quality
lifetime materials -
all parts machine & hand made in America.
animal & bird problems.
pine or red squirrel squirrels, gray & fox squirrels,
raccoon, deer, house-sparrows (see sparrow page), all larger nuisance
birds such as grackles, pigeons, doves, crows,
look at our patio and realize the
Roller Feeder has been 100% successful in repulsing squirrels, then you should
congratulation yourself again on a fantastic invention. I say again:
best results see Rollerfeeder feeding tips, seed, location etc.
by Naturalist, Syndicated
Columnist & Wildlife AuthorDr.
"...An ingenious mechanical design that frustrates hungry squirrels
and leaves behind the food for the birds. The design is elegantly simple
-- an easy to fill hopper is surrounded by a freely rotating outer shell.
The hopper is stationary, but when a squirrel lands on the outer shell the
squirrel's own weight spins the squirrel harmlessly to the ground. The
Roller Feeder is as entertaining and effective as a motor operated feeder, but doesn't require a battery or motor."
to prevent gray
squirrels, fox squirrels, black squirrels, and other squirrels similar
in size. There is an available accessory piece to prevent the
toughest of rodents, including: red
squirrels, and raccoons.
preventing larger nuisance
blackbirds, starlings, crows, grackles, cowbirds, pigeons, aggressive jays
Adjustable to control house sparrow overload and tested method for reducing house
specifically for small-medium size native songbirds like chickadees, nuthatches,
all finch varieties, titmice, pine siskin, up to cardinals and others.
only the best seed with no compromises on quality to try and deter
pests, we recommend 100% Whole sunflower kernels - the champion of birdseed, or
richen the mix with sunflower hearts or quality mixed seed.
Hang a RollerFeeder
where you want to, does not matter, including: overhang,
deck, tree branch, line, vertical pole w/extension, tree trunk
w/extension, or in the middle of a tree with branches all around as
shown in our photos.
require other after market products.
Non aggressive &
unique mechanical design.
sound, no ongoing costs or need to monitor battery usefulness, or
replace cartridges, nothing
goes to landfill.
Simple filling, just
rotate housing & pour seed in.
from clinging on, climbing all
over, chewing, and disrupting the feeder for long periods of time.
access to the seed tray, and also dislodges the unwanted visitor.
A Patented Design
& proven in the field for over 14 years, 49 states and counting.
to put a smile on your face, but know it does not harm the squirrel,
more importantly, builds your confidence in feeding birds with a completely open
design without the extras.
Click for full Customer Reviews.
Charlene "I have spent countless dollars on feeders that
could not achieve what this feeder does"...."it made my day to see a feeder that actually worked!" Kelly "I can't tell you how happy I was to hear (and see) the first squirrel fall off of it! Thanks for your follow-up. I'm very pleased. And your recommendation of the
black oil sunflower seeds was a great one... the songbirds love it! " Cheryl "...pretty soon I'll have a rollerfeeder hanging in every tree".