Absolute Squirrel Proof Feeder

Item Number: ABF7533

Made in USA

Single sided feeder, so you can always see all your bird visitors. Wooden perch has adjustable counterweight around the back, so feed opening shuts tight when large birds or squirrels arrive.

Mount it two ways: with tree hanger or ground pole (both included). Clear windows let you monitor seed level. Durable, chew-resistant, powder coated steel body.

Easy fill roof that locks securely.

Huge 15 lb. (2 1/2 gallon) seed capacity.

14" front to back x 12" side to side x 9 1/2" high

We've enjoyed this Absolute Feeder for over 20 years and it works great! We use it year round for sunflower, the cardinals' favorite, and we adjust the balance so greedy squirrels, blue jays, and grackles close off the feed.


Graham and Michele

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Squirrel Proof Feeder
Mar 20, 2019 | carlotta abbott
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I live in inner city where squirrels and raccoons are prolific. I had given up on feeding birds, after the raccoons literally tore my metal "squirrel proof" feeder apart. I missed my birds, and went searching online for a feeder I thought would work. This feeder works great. Presisyant squirrels climb the pole and try, try and try to acces the feed, without success. I'm so happy to hear and see birds all around again.


Lasts forever
Feb 17, 2019 | Kzang
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Mine is easily 20 plus years old. As is my sister's and my Mom's. Perch has been replaced. But none of ours have the plexiglass windows.


Absolute Squirrel Proof Feeder
Aug 7, 2018 | Marion Wooters
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This feed is well made. I could not be happier with my purchase.


Smart Critter
Apr 18, 2018 | Ray Christian
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The squirrels have managed to break the plastic window on the feeder. They stick their head throw the broken window and either eat the seed, or reach in and pull the seed out. So far the squirrel ls winning. My plan is to have a friend weld a piece of metal over the windows so the squirrel can't get in, but I won't be supersized if he comes back with an oxyacetylene welder and a mask to cut through the metal. I'm also purchasing another one of these feeders.
Owner Response: It sounds as though a determined squirrel will find a way into even the most "squirrel proof" of feeders!


Quality bird feeder
Jan 9, 2018 | Christine
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Money well spent, so tired of buying new "disposable " bird feeders every year. Love the large capacity, so nice not to have to refill every day and I'm not feeding the squirrels!


Bullit Proof
Aug 30, 2017 | Ray
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Have this feeder for two years for feeding smaller birds that get crowded out from the other feeders from larger birds. Works perfectly. Would buy again.


Bird lover
Apr 10, 2017 | Patricia Batchelor
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This feeder is the first one we've ever had that the squirrels cannot get into. I certainly recommend it to the other bird lover peeps who don't want to feed the squirrels bird seeds!


Feeder 1 - Squirrels 0
Oct 9, 2015 | Joel
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I shouldn't take so much pleasure in watching the squirrels unsuccessful attempts to get the food from this feeder.


Disbelief: It IS Squirrel-proof!
Jun 7, 2015 | Tracy Montfort
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Thank you for developing and marketing this superior product. I've spent so much on "foolproof" items that wound up WORTHLESS to these wily little scoundrels. But this feeder is just the very best. We love it and will probably buy another. Thanks for the comic relief too - we have seen so many squirrels TRY to get to the food and wind up bounced off. We hope they will eventually stop trying.


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