Erva Cone Squirrel Baffle /Squirrel Guard
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Cone Squirrel Baffle/Squirrel Guard - Black

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Wraparound break-apart squirrel baffle for poles 1/2" to 1" diameter. Also works for 7/16" to 5/8" square poles. Baffle diameter is 17".

To keep squirrels from getting onto your bird feeder, place your pole-mounted feeders 8-10' away from railings, roofs, trees, or other structures. Squirrel baffles should be a minimum of 4' from the ground to protect the bird feeder. To close your baffle, slide the left tab into the right slot until they snap together.

The mounting collar is as important as the baffle shield itself! An all metal support collar with instructions is included. Ordinary baffles often include substandard and, in some cases, plastic collars. The collar must hold the baffle securely in place.  It must not be plastic, as plastic collars can and will be chewed through!

Mounting a squirrel baffle on your pole prevents squirrels and small raccoons from climbing or jumping up to the bird feeder or house. Erva squirrel baffles are made entirely in the US. Since they are made with galvanized steel, Erva squirrel baffles maintain their attractive appearance for years, and they carry an unconditional lifetime guarantee against defects in material and workmanship.


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Squirrel baffle
Thank you for the feedback. Squirrels are very tough to defeat; they are very determined little critters indeed! The following manufacturer's installation guidelines must be followed for the baffle to work properly: 1) Mount the top of the baffle at least 4' above the ground surface; 4.5' is even better, if possible. Otherwise, the squirrels can jump from the ground around the baffle. 2) Locate the shepherd hook or feeder pole at least 10' from any branch or structure above or lateral launching point like a nearby fence or building. Otherwise, the squirrels will launch themselves from the side to reach your feeder. Hope this helps!
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