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Pole Mounted Squirrel Dome

Manufacturer: Droll Yankees
Prevent squirrels or cats from climbing feeder poles
Pole Mounted Squirrel Dome
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About this product

This dome features a slippery surface that prevents squirrels and cats from climbing feeder poles. Made from durable polycarbonate, the dome can be used with the Droll Yankees Garden Pole.

* Made from UV-stabilised polycarbonate that is resistant to cracking and discolouration
* Compatible with the Droll Yankees Garden Pole

Please note: A Squirrel Guard for use with hanging bird feeders is also available here.

Specification

Diameter: 380mm

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Manufacturer: Droll Yankees
Prevent squirrels or cats from climbing feeder poles
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