Notable Features & Observations
Squirrel-Proof = No Waste
The Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder is weight sensitive, so if a squirrel climbs onto the feeder, its weight will immediately close off access to the feeding ports.
This is a valuable feature, as nut mixes tend to the most expensive bird feed option.
Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder owners can rest assured that the nuts they buy for the birds - will be for the birds only.
The Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder does not require any tools for assembly. You can you fill and use it within a minute of taking it out the box. This also makes refilling the feeder a very efficient process.
Woodpeckers use their tail for support and balance - unfortunately many bird feeders fail to take this into account - and force hungry woodpeckers to land on the feeder awkwardly - which makes them more susceptible to predator attack.
The design of the Peanut Plus provides enough space for large woodpeckers to comfortably prop their tails. Making them more likely to visit the feeder consistently.
Quality Materials & Warranty
Unlike many bird feeders on the market, the steel and resin construction of the Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder is built to last. It is 100% chew-proof, made of UV stabilized components, and features a seed ventilation system that keeps seed fresh and safe.
If a problem does occur, Brome Bird Care, which is world-famous for their customer-care, offers a limited lifetime warranty.
Nuts can provide essential fat and protein for wild birds. They are revered by 'clinging' birds like woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice, nuthatch, jays, and wrens.
Depending on geographic location and habitat type, possible Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder visitors include:
- Black-capped Chickadee
- Blue Jay
- Carolina Wren
- Downy Woodpecker
- Gray Jay
- Hairy Woodpecker
- Indigo Bunting
- Northern Cardinal
- Northern Flicker
- Pileated Woodpecker (if weight-adjusted)
- Red-bellied Woodpecker
- Red-breasted Nuthatch
- Stellar's Jay
- Tufted Titmouse
- White-breasted Nuthatch
The Squirrel Buster Nut Feeder in Use
(Brome Bird Care provided this product at no charge to Exploringbirds.com for testing purposes.)