Wild Delight Squirrel Food
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Rating: 4.5

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Reggae69
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Rating: 5

Yum!

posted 5 years ago

The squirrels do like this food. The jays really enjoy it as well (we have scrub & Stellars). The seed mix is nice and the food doesn't seem overpriced.

Pros: Good assortment & good value

Cons: None

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Carol L.
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Rating: 4

Blue Jays eat this as well as Squirrels

posted 5 years ago

I put this in the bird feeder as well for the Blue Jays, they will fly up to the Squirrel Feeder and make a mess pushing everything out of the feeder.

At least this way the Squirrels have their feeding station and so do the Jays and smaller birds.

I would prefer larger nut and seeds for the squirrels but I mix this with sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds as well.

Pros: Mixed seeds and nuts, variety, low mess

Cons: none

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