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Perky-Pet® Squirrel Be Gone® & Total Control Kit

model #: B336KIT
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Attracting and feeding birds while keeping the squirrels from reaching the seed. This combination of squirrel proof feeder, squirrel baffler and squirrel repellent is sure to keep the little pesky squirrels from reaching the seed. read full product details »  

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  Frustrated Squirrels 

It is interesting to watch a squirrel climb the skinny pole, go across to the hangar and go untop of the feeder. BING the spring lowers the sides, squirrel investigates and then hops off. They have excellent memories, it does not try again. They just feed off the ground from the birds feasts.

  Love it, but do this, too 

This feeder works great! But squirrels are very smart. If they can get to the device, they will gnaw through the plastic parts. What works for me is to put petroleum jelly on the top cap, then sprinkle it with cayenne pepper. Squirrels hate it and will leave the feed alone thereafter. The birds pay the pepper no mind.

  Squirrels b gone for good ! 

Right outside my window here by my computer I am watching this one squirrel become terribly discouraged as he clings to the outer housing and searches for the food. Eventually they give up, jump off and never return, knowing their efforts will be futile. It truly works. Thank you.

  They are Awesome! 

I bought 2 of these feeders. They are awesome. I need to purchase more soon as a bear got mighty mad when he couldn't get to the food so he ripped down my pole an proceeded to entirely destroy them. I will learn to bring them in, in the evening now. They were al.....most bear proof . :.( But great for keeping the pesky squirrels away.


A+ product in my eyes.

  The best out there 

I have had two of these for the last 3 or 4 years. The little darlings have finally destroyed one by chewing throught the wire that suspends the beeder from an internal strut at the top. The feeder survived two 12 foot drops to earth, but it is time for a replacement. Now that they have broken the cord they focus on chewing through the suspension wire. I can't tell from the photos if they have upgraded the wire. I would also suggest that cheyenne pepper be sprinkled on the top layer to before closing the feeder. Birds' GI tracts are are not sensitive to hot peppers like mammals. I recommend this feeder over all others...period. There is no 100% squirrel proof feeder if you dealing with grey squirrels!

  Squirrels Hate It! 

We just bought it last weekend and have been awaiting the squirrels arrival. They have finally started their attempts to feed and so far, so good (or no good for them). The only drawback we see is the perch is a little too small for Cardinals. They have been trying to feed off it but they seem to struggle as they're a little to large. A slightly longer perch for them would be a nice improvement.

  Very good but could be improved 

I have used this feeder for years and am currently on my 5th or 6th. The design is great but the squirls do not give up easy. The squirls continually chew at the plastic until they get through.
Now when I buy a new one, I use contact cement to glue 1 x 4" pieces of sheet metal which helps to slow them down.

  Squirrels in the south 

You need to add another "notch" (or something) to allow the covers to slide over the feed holes for lighter weight squirrels that we have in Florida--they are much smaller that N.E squirrels-- I managed to loosen the springs just barely enough so most of the holes are covered--but it is not a good solution.

  Not enough information 

I am on my first season with the model 336 and I am already having problems with a deck hanging setup! Now I am looking for solutions to those problems. A pole that is that high off of the deck rail seems like a real problem to put feed into the feeder with.
- How far do chipmunks jump in case I want to leave it up in the summer months?
- What is the right spring setting for finchs with Yellow Bellied woodpeckers which keepouts gray squirrels?
- Where can I find a good pole to go with your kit that makes filling the feeder as easy a a deck hanging feeder?

Perky-Pet Consumer Relations Team


FEBRUARY 05, 2013

Thank you for your online review! We appreciate your feedback regarding the Perky-Pet® Squirrel-Be-Gone® Wild Bird Feeder (model 336). These are great questions.

Typically, a chipmunk will be able to jump at least three feet. The spring settings will vary depending on the size of the birds and squirrels in the area. If you are unsure which setting would work best, you may want to start with the middle setting and adjust it to be more firm or more sensitive depending on your needs.

We have several hooks and poles available on our website. Please visit the link below to view the variety available.


We hope this information has been helpful. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973).

Best Regards,

Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation

  smart squirrels 

I have had this feeder for about 5 years now. At first the squirrels tried and couldn't figure it out but practice makes perfect, the little rats clean the feeder out before the birds get a chance.


Perky-Pet Consumer Relations Team


NOVEMBER 08, 2010

Thank you for your recent online review of our Perky-Pet Squirrel Be Gone feeder, model 336.


Battling squirrels at your bird feeders is a constant source of frustration.  Many squirrels can figure out a squirrel resistant feeder in a matter of minutes!


There are a few additional things that can be done to help ensure that the squirrel can’t get to the feeder.


  • You can pole mount your feeder at least 10 ft away from the nearest tree or fence – squirrels can jump up to 8 ft horizontally.
  • Make sure your feeder is 5 to 8 ft. off the ground – squirrels can jump up to 4 ft. vertically.
  • Adding a squirrel baffle is also another effective deterrent – this prevents the squirrel from stretching down from the tree branch and stealing the food.

If you have any further question or concerns, please feel free to contact us!


Email: consumercare@woodstream.com

Phone: 1-800-800-1819 option 1.

Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation



This bird feeder does not keep squirrels away. Squirrels are able to hang on wire and eat the seed. Also, they have eating through the plastic to get to the seed.

Perky-Pet Consumer Relations Team


MARCH 11, 2013

Thank you for taking the time to submit your online review of the Perky Pet® Squirrel Be Gone® (model 336). We appreciate your feedback and are sorry to hear that this feeder has been damaged. These comments have been shared with our Product Development Team for use in our quality control measures.

Squirrels can be very persistent and sometimes a more holistic approach is needed to deter them. You may want to try placing or hanging your feeder on a pole that is 10 feet away from the nearest tree, fence or launching place making sure it is at least 5 feet above the ground. Also adding a squirrel baffle above and or below your feeder is very effective in preventing squirrels from gaining access.

Please keep in mind that your feeder is covered by a one year warranty. Please do not hesitate to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973) for additional assistance.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Best Regards,

Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation



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