Perky-Pet® Squirrel-Be-Gone® III Feeder - Specifications
- Ports close under a squirrel’s weight, preventing them from raiding seed supply
- Rustic metal finish
- U-shaped perches
What's in the Box:
- 1 Bird feeder
- 8 lb seed capacity
- 9 seed-dispensing ports
- Measures 10 inches long by 10 inches wide by 20.84 inches high
- Use with black oil sunflower seed, peanuts, and/or mixed seed
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Disclaimer: Birdfeeder does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Perky-Pet® Squirrel-Be-Gone® III Feeder is rated out of 5 by 176.Rated 5 out of 5 by laguna13 from Perky Pet Bird Feeder I love Perky Pet products and thier website. They always have what I need and deliver! Thanks!!Date published: 2016-11-12Rated 5 out of 5 by The Bakers from Solid and so far, good deterrent against squirrels Have only had my feeder up one week - so far so good on squirrel deterrent. Strongly advise hanging on a strong metal shepherd's hook type pole, away from things that squirrels can jump from. Also, use coconut oil or similar substance on the pole to keep the squirrels off. However, the lubricant will weaken and the critters will get on the feeder. Given the capacity, the feeder doesn't require frequent refilling - the avian critters love it.Date published: 2016-09-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Nancyhas12cats from My birds love it !! I really like this bird feeder but the squirrels have found a way to hang upside down on it and still eat the bird seed. But my birds love it !!Date published: 2016-08-27Rated 5 out of 5 by Dennis from Best bird feeder ever. Only issue with this feeder is the springs that hold the items that block the feeder holes when a squirrel gets on the feeder wear out over time. Takes a few years so it is expected. Excellent bird feederDate published: 2016-08-23Rated 1 out of 5 by Skipp from Nice concept, doesn't work It worked for about five minutes. I bought this yesterday and after the third attempt, the squirrels were on the feeder below. I tried every conceivable height, but nothing deterred the squirrels.Date published: 2016-08-19Rated 1 out of 5 by SquirrelsareNutsinMN from Squirrels broke in within a week! I tried everything prior to this Baffler. These squirrels almost gave up on my feeder, but not quite. It seems as though they called in a professional to do the job. He actually broke the heavy plastic hook in half (like you see in the photo). Not sure if it ate threw it or clawed it, but it was broken in half. I can't tell you the $$ I went through to keep squirrels out of my bird feeder. I give up and throw in the towel! I thought after seeing so many fail to get at this, I'd actually found the perfect product. Nothing, nowhere is squirrel proof apparantly. And people say animals are stupid? I wish I had had a camera on this to see how it actually broke. The only evidence was the fat and happy squirrel laying next to it on the ground so full he couldn't move.Date published: 2016-08-17Rated 4 out of 5 by outaboutred from mixed bag I bought two of these feeders, you have to stay on top of the springs as they get stuck on the metal (due to persistent squirrel attacks) The system does a great job shutting out the squirrels from the opening where the seed is available, but with the weight of the squirrels hanging on the system they were still able to eat through the plastic at the very base and create their own permanent openings. Not a bad system but needs some work. I still have one hanging out back after one full year and it is holding up wellDate published: 2016-08-09Rated 5 out of 5 by Hootie from Goodbye to squirrels We have an abundance of squirrels, when we first hung this feeder a couple tried to get to the food, but did not succeed. Now they don't even tryDate published: 2016-08-01
What kind of seeds or seed mix are recommended for this feeder?We recommend using black oil sunflower seed, peanuts, and/or mixed seed for this feeder.Date published: 2016-11-10
Perky-Pet Squirrel-Be-Gone III Feeder Do you sell the Seed Compartment Dividers and the top plastic divider holders as replacement parts for the above feeder I had raccoons damage them last nightFor this product we offer replacement ports, springs, and the plastic tube.Date published: 2016-11-08
Squirrel baffle - I need a replacement hook the larger one due to a bear who took off with my feeder and larger hook went with it. How do I order this part?Replacement parts for this baffler can be found at the link below. http://www.birdfeeders.com/perky-pet-transparent-squirrel-baffler-hub-set-with-hanger-185070rDate published: 2016-11-04
Darn squirrels managed to destroy several of the ports on my Squirrel-Be-Gone® III Feeder, which replacement ports does it take?The replacement ports for this feeder are model #337PORT-R, which can be found at the link below. http://www.birdfeeders.com/perky-pet-plastic-replacement-port-337port-rDate published: 2016-11-04
Can it be mounted on a 3/4" aluminum poleWe recommend hanging this feeder from a hook.Date published: 2016-11-04
What are the dimensions and how much does it weight?This feeder is approximately 20" H and has a diameter of 9.75". It weighs approximately 3 lbs.Date published: 2016-10-13
How do you put the top back on the feeder.337. After filling with bird seed?The lid and knob at the top can be untwisted from the feeder and removed as one piece. The lid would twist back on in the opposite direction it twisted off.Date published: 2016-09-28
We have the squirrel-be-gone feeder model #337. Threaded main support rod has pulled through plastic base. Where can I get replacement base part?We apologize, however; replacement bases are not available as a replacement part for this feeder.Date published: 2016-07-13
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Hanging Your Feeder
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Q: What can I do about the cat that keeps visiting my feeder?
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Q: What are the most popular bird seeds to use?
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