How to Keep a Birdfeeder from being Destroyed by Other Animals
Buy an all metal one.
We used to find they are destroyed by squirrels so we now have 3 metal bird feeders which have lasted yonks now, and a squirrel feeder to keep the little chaps happy.
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Have Fun With This!!
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