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Got to respect the intelligence of these guys , they figure shit out, Humans should do so well at problem solving.
Works great on Mr.squirrel how about a 450 lbs black bear ?
What a great idea! Those tree rats are hard to defeat. I like the tube in a tube. The birds were trying to repel the terrorists. After you gut, n skin em there's not much left for dinner. I'll have to ask Jed and Granny their opinion of the best marinade.
That Squirrel is getting ripped muscles, hahahahaha, I need a contraption like that for exercise
What kind of baffle?
I just shoot the fuckers
That squirrel would have met Mr. Beeman a long time ago in my yard.
Nice Job!I love pranking the squirrels. I put up bird feeders just to bring em in for entertainment, for me and the dog. She hardly ever catches one. But sure has fun trying!
My neighbor use the Sliky toy on his feeders seems to be good, too.
One shot and your problem is gone.
They ain't stupid as people think
You need a longer piece like six footer 🤣😅😂😅
very smart, I have to try this
Блядь солидолом трубу намаж и тогда белка точно хер поднимется!
No diseased tree rats were harmed in this filming….DAMMIT!
why do you guys keep getting your arse kicked by the squirrels lol seems like they always find a way regardless how impossible it looks
Squirrels on poles are neat but chicks on poles are awesome!
That is a hoot watching him work so hard. Lol 😂
I loved this! Very entertaining! He was a determined little booger!
I'm a softy about animals but its is fun to watch squirrels having to work to earn that seedI was thinking different diameter pipes and bands you might even get to launch the little imps
Anything to thwart the little buggers, i tried dusting the seeds and peanuts with very hot chilli powder, which worked for about a month, but they persisted and seemed to become immune to the heat. Good luck experimenting.
Exercycle for fuzzy tailed rats
Chases all the bird a away with his bull , I hate squirrels
1:58 Ha ha! I got this! In your face! Aw, nuts!!!!!
Grease up the pole with lard.
watched a video where a person used a slinky to cover entire length of pole, seemed to work like a charm.
Simply grease the pole! Its worked for me for years!
why don't they just put vaseline all over the pole to make it even more challenging
Need something like this on southern wall to keep acrobats from climbing over wall
I love watching these vids
I've been fighting a black squirrel all winter – have to do something like this next year. I don't feed in the summer because the grackles come and steal all the food……
An air rifle needed, kill the vermin stop diseases .
this was awhile ago and you solved the problem by now…..it was that the pipe was too short…!
I just spent 3 minutes watching a squirrel try to climb a metal pole….
Wider pipe with a cap on top that also slides? Good ideas.
Grease on the pole . all parts and on the PVC too.
I love these squirrel videos there so persistent maybe you should just buy a couple bags of walnuts and throw them on the ground maybe the leave the bird food alone that's what I did it seemed to work
My feeder station is on a 10 foot length 4 inch pvc pipe and not one squirrel can climb it. It’s too wide for them to grip and too slippery. It’s been in my yard for years and not one squirrel has been able to scale it
I bought a clear funnel type baffle from Home Depot for 11 dollars over 2 months ago and the squirrels have yet to get to the bird food.
You have to give squirrels credit for their persistence and intelligence. It took me years of design to defeat them?
Patanewman. Yes 20 foot section, JR.
mine is absolutely squirrel proof, bear proof, raccoon proof and anything that wants seed , except for birds, I have a 16 inch X20 section of PVC pipe I had left over from a water line municipal job, I put it 4 feet in the ground with 3 yards of concrete, then filled the pipe with concrete, reduced toe top for 2 and 3 inch PVC yard arms, I raise and lower the many feeders with pulleys and rope, works great if something wants to eat they better have wings ,
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