We have a squirrel problem at our house, made worse by the number of birdfeeders the fuzzy marauders have to choose from.
So we have a caged feeder that little birds flit in and out of regularly. The littles were never nervous about it, right from the start.
But the bigger birds don’t fit inside the cage. They have to do with the nearby flat feeder, or whatever seed has fallen to the ground.
Sometimes they get jealous and try to figure out how to get to the seeds in the caged feeder.
And if they have a really long tongue and are especially tenacious…
…they can be successful!