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We've been ordering these for a while now. Our birds quite literally queue up in the hedge next to the feeder to grab a bite or two! I did notice on this last order, the bells seem a bit dry and when opening, they fall apart some. Not huge tho' and it does not seem to affect the number of visitors we have. We enjoy watching our feathered friends outside the window. :-)
As I wrote for another review, Mr. Bird Flaming Hot Feast is a good product. Just don't think that squirrels won't eat it as they do. Early winter, not so much. Mid and late winter, they acquire a taste for hot sauce. Almost to the point that they seem to love it. You attempt to stop them, but they always get the prize! As I mentioned before, what else do they have to do! Birds still do get food, just not as much as the squirrels do...
Mr. Bird's Flaming Hot Feast as a rule works most of the time. Squirrels don't bother it to much early in the season, but when food gets scarce, that's when things change. All the sudden they get a taste for hot pepper sauce! And they seem to like it as they don't leave it alone. Truthfully there's not allot you can do. I've tried domes, different ways to hang the feeders, they still get to it. Mother Nature at its best. Just check out some of the YouTube videos from the guys that have worked every angle to try to stop them! It's amazing how good a squirrel is and how determined that they are! But after all, what else do they have to do?
For the most part the birds do still get food, the squirrels don't eat everything so the ground is littered with left overs. It is what it is!
Both the blue bird house and pole was built to last a long time. Very pleased with everything and would recommend this product.
They slide effortlessly into the feeder. The birds love them (red bellied woodpeckers are now regulars) and the squirrels don’t!