: did you try the feeder thst spins around and launches them

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Name: Gordon
Brooklyn , New York
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GordonHawk
Jul 18, 2014 1:38 AM CST
the launchin them always apaaling sounding... especially here on the 5th floor...
Name: Dr J
Oconomowoc, wisconsin (Zone 5b)
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Gasman262
Jul 19, 2014 8:10 AM CST
It took the squirrels over a year of trying, but they did learn how to defeat my spinning bottom bird feeder. ( Yankee is the brand.). The feeder was hanging from a shepard's hook and the squirrel grabbed the vertical portion of the hook with his two back paws and with one front paw held on to a non spinning nut on the very bottom of the feeder. The free hand raided the feeder. They won. No large tree was available to move the feeder to, so I bought a Slinky spring toy and ran the hook through the toy, attaching the slinky at the very top of the hook with the spring falling to the ground thus covering the entire vertical portion of the hook. I won, at least temporarily.
Name: Gordon
Brooklyn , New York
Charter ATP Member Miniature Gardening Container Gardener Region: United States of America Butterflies Garden Art
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GordonHawk
Jul 19, 2014 11:10 PM CST
H I'vehad fewer of them this year... as a tree that grew to the third floor was taken down in a wind storm last year...A HA HA ...Yes the Yankee.... glad to see you gave it a try... seems like a natural in the battle...
for ones that haven't seen it..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEW9TG6Dcgg
Name: Ken Ramsey
Starkville, MS (Zone 8a)
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drdawg
Jul 21, 2014 2:46 PM CST
Squirrels have always found a way to get to the feeders, regardless of the gadgets I have tried. They just won't quit trying until they are successful. I have watched them with interest trying time and again to overcome an obstacle until one finally succeeds. At that point they ALL know the solution. If they would leave my orchids, jade, and garden alone, I would leave them be. I have no choice but to hang my orchids under my trees and there is just too much time, effort and money spent on them to have them damaged or destroyed.

I had no idea that squirrels died when relocated. Lots and lots of wild animals and birds are relocated all over the nation and I have never heard of them dying. Perhaps squirrels aren't as smart as I thought they were.
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