Only the Rollerfeeder is still out there

Currently there are six different feeders in my garage that all claimed to be squirrel proof. Obviously these squirrels must benefit from living only a few miles from Harvard University, since they’ve outwitted every one of them–and I have pictures of them in the act to prove it. Only the Rollerfeeder is still out there,…

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Appears indeed to be deer-proof

Hi, just wanted to let you know that this thing appears indeed to be deer-proof. I left it outside last night overnight, which is the true test, and it looks like it survived, so I would advise you to mention deer-resistance on your website — you’d probably sell more! ” Cynthia, Ithaca New York

I am so glad I found this feeder

Greetings from St. Louis, Missouri. While I don’t have any pictures to share with you (maybe someday I’ll learn how to do that), my bird feeder is constantly filled with throngs of house finches, and occasionally cardinals, bluejays and robins. I have to refill the feeder everyday with black oil sunflower seeds. It’s such a…

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Love it Love it love it!!!

Love my roller feeder! I get all sorts of birds; even got a curious bluebird. Cardinals, all kinds of finches, woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadee, titmouse, goldfinches, all kinds! Love it Love it Love it!!! Joanne – Powder Springs Georgia

These really, really, really ARE…

These really, really, really ARE squirrel-proof. I’ve had mine a year and no squirrel has found a way to get to the seed. If you have a major squirrel population, these feeders pay for themselves in a month or two. Kathy – Clinton, New York