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How to Keep Chipmunks Away From Your Birdfeeder



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How to Get Rid of Chipmunks on the Birdfeeder - Birdfeeders are not as much of a challenge to protect as they used to be. If chipmunks on the birdfeeder have become an issue you can take a number of preventative measures to control them. The first step of excluding chipmunks from feeders is to place the feeder on a smooth, free-standing pole in the yard and not on the limb of a tree. Metal poles provide no traction for chipmunks or squirrels to climb. The pole must also be far enough away from other objects to prevent the chipmunk from jumping to it. If clotheslines and cables allow chipmunks to jump onto the feeder, install a piece of cut PVC pipe on the line. When a chipmunk or squirrel tries to run across, the pipe will spin and the rodent will fall off. For smaller trees, metal plates can be wrapped around the center of the trunk to prevent rodents from climbing up the bark.

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