Droll Yankees Yankee Tipper Squirrel Proof Black - Ycpt-360
Droll Yankees Yankee Tipper Squirrel Proof Black - Ycpt-360

Droll Yankees Yankee Tipper Squirrel Proof Black - Ycpt-360

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by nana313 Date Added: Tuesday 13 August, 2013

The Droll Yankee squirrel-proof feeder has solved our problem of squirrels emptying the birds' feeders. We've had it up for several weeks now. It is easy for the birds to access, but the squirrels can't help themselves as before. I only wish I'd purchased one sooner.It's very well-constructed and think our finches, chickadees, titmice and cardinals will be very well prepared for winter since they are the ones who now get all the black oil sunflower seeds.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by LWMS "LISA" Date Added: Tuesday 06 August, 2013

Feeder definitely keeps squirrels off. Would give 5 stars, except for the fact that it took forever for my birds to adapt. They didn't like landing on the flat bottom. I was about to give up. I finally had to hang the old feeder up beside it so the birds could slowly adapt.About 3 weeks later they all seem to be ok with it except the cardinals.Overall I would recommend to those who are tired of feeding the squirrels!

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Barbara L. Feinour "bfpeach" Date Added: Monday 05 August, 2013

Love it and initially watched the squirrels fall off of the tipper tray. Unfortunately, squirrels are pretty ingeneous. Occasionally the squirrels manage to hang upside down & hold onto the seed hole instead of the tipping tray.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by L. Streit Date Added: Saturday 27 July, 2013

arrived and works as advertised. keeps squirrels and other 'non-bird' creatures from eating the seed. I would recommend if you need a bird feeder.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Logical Thinker Date Added: Thursday 25 July, 2013

Yeah, $60-80 bucks to feed the birds sounds crazy, so you buy something cheaper. Much cheaper. But then you watch it get swarmed by squirrels, watch seed blow away or get wet, and watch the whole thing deteriorate in a year or two. And all the while you're aggravated at your cheap purchase while you scare squirrels away all day. [they get up really, really early!]Don't do it. Buy the expensive Droll Yankee thing and enjoy life.Note: You need to find a way to hang this thing on something other than a cheap shepherd's crook, such as a cable between two trees or from a branch that's well away from the trunk by 2-3 feet. I temporarily had mine of a crook, and squirrels could bridge the gap (rear feet on crook, fronts clinging to the feeder) and gorge until their grip gave out and coons would scale the crook, hang down from the top, and because they're longer than the feeder they could get to the seed, too. So, hanging the feeder on a wire a few feet below a branch and away from the trunk is the perfect solution.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Rocque Bowen "Rocques Biz" Date Added: Saturday 06 July, 2013

Squirrels are tricky though. They found that when they get tipped off food spills, so it became a fun game for them. Climb the poll, jump on the plastic, drop down and eat the food. After a few hours of this I have to put the bottom plastic part back on. I think I would get a different design but so far out of the 3 different squirrel proof feeders this one seems the best. I have hung it in a different place that is higher, put a baffle on the post, and now life is better. Except for the fat squirrels.I thought I read the description, but was still surprised at the size of this feeder. It is big. Really big. It holds a lot of seed. It is very sturdy other than the round plastic part that will come undone if you have it in range of the bouncing squirrels.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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