Squirrel Proof Bird Feeders
Offering your wild birds food all year round will encourage a wide range of species into your garden. However, we do not get to pick and choose which wildlife arrives, so you are also likely to see squirrels. Squirrels can be voracious feeders, who often tuck into nutritious treats put out for your birds. Deter them with our range of squirrel proof bird feeders.Read More
Ark Wildlife offers the most comprehensive selection of squirrel-proof bird feeders in the UK. From entry-level caged bird feeders starting from just £20, through to weight-activated squirrel busters, to feeders with 100 percent money-back guarantee, we have a huge choice.
Why do squirrels scare birds away?
Birds will share their feeders with other birds but squirrels chase birds away, so they can gobble up the entire contents of the bird feeder without smaller species getting a look-in.
Our squirrel proof feeders have been designed to attract different types of birds with specific types of food. The feeders are easy to dismantle for filling and cleaning. Caged feeders and guardian feeders will also stop bigger birds from devouring the food for smaller species, like tits and robins, by creating a wide space, beyond the reach of even the longest necks and beaks. These feeders offer the birds a safe refuge to feed in peace and safety.
We encourage all customers to support the visiting wildlife in their gardens because so many of our native species are in decline due to the loss of natural habitats and our gardens offer vital refuge. Please always make all species as welcome as you can. You can deter squirrels away from your bird feed by offering them squirrel food from specially-designed squirrel feeders in a separate part of your garden. If they have their own easily-accessible feeder, they are far less likely to steal from your birds.
We can help, talk to us
Are your squirrels eating all the food meant for your birds? We can advise you about the different squirrel proof bird and seed feeders and their benefits. Give us a call on freephone: 0800 085 4865.