The Success Of A Feeder Largely Depends On The Strategic Location

The Success Of A Feeder Largely Depends On The Strategic Location

The Success Of A Feeder Largely Depends On The Strategic Location

Apart from the quality of the feed provided in a feeder, the success of a feeder largely depends on the strategic location on which it is placed, its remote proximity from intruders like squirrels and cats. Squirrels pose a persistent problem for the birds as they tend to carry away the feed to their home, distorting our entire objective of feeding the birds. The best way to deal with them is to build feeders that can withstand the weight of a bird and collapse under any further weight.

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