Homemade Squirrel Feeder


SquirrelGuide.com recommends that in order to keep the squirrels out of your bird feeder, you need to set up a squirrel feeder away from the bird feeder. Some people enjoy feeding squirrels because they look cute while some keep the squirrel feeder because they want to keep them away from the bird feeder. Squirrels knock over bird feeders and scatters costly seeds all over the ground. Most birds prefer to stay in flight while eating, which allows an easier escape from predators. Fewer birds visit the feeder after squirrels knock the food to the ground.


Things you will need....
Suet (1/2 pound)
Old Pot
Wooden spoon
1 cup of peanut butter
1 cup of oatmeal
3 cups of birdseed
Muffin tins
Plastic knife

Instructions

1. Melt 1/2 pound of suet in an old pot until it becomes mushy and almost turns to liquid. It may be lumpy, but that's OK.
2. Stir in 1 cup of peanut butter and 1 cup of oatmeal with a wooden spoon over medium heat until the peanut butter becomes runny.
3. Remove the mush from the stove. Don't allow it to cool or you'll never get it out of the pot
4. Stir in 3 cups of birdseed, adding 1 cup at a time or until the mixture becomes too stiff to stir.
5. Spoon the mix into muffin tins, filling each one until it's level with the top.
6. Let the cakes stand for about 24 hours.
7. Pop the cakes out using a plastic knife and set them around your yard.