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Best Snake Baffle For Bird Houses

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What Is The Best Snake Baffle For Bird Houses?

Best snake baffle for bird houses ? Not an easy question to answer. Well, it is and it isn't. The reason I say this is because of the fact that there are so many different variables to take into account if you want to solve this problem. I could tell you right off the bat that the best snake baffle for bird houses is a conical one or a canister type, but there is so much more I need to share with you about this topic. So, stick with me, it will be worth your time.

I've already revealed that the best snake baffle for bird houses is a conical or canister one. You could buy this either online, or in stores, or even build it yourself. I won't get into how to build it yourself but I will give you some pretty good ideas on how to solve your problem.

First of all, what's the point of using the best snake baffle for bird houses if it is hanging on a tree or is near a tree. The reason I bring this up is that animals can easily climb trees and get past the very best snake baffle for bird houses dropping off the tree for example. It's important to remember that these are not the only predator you should be worrying about if you have trees in your backyard. Raccoons and squirrels are two other examples of predators you should look out for. So, my first tip to you would be that you should build the best snake baffle for bird houses on a metal pole away from trees. I think it's important to note that this is not the end all solution to your problem. This is because snakes can still climb these poles.

Secondly, another great way to add more leverage to your efforts is to use lots of "shovel fulls" of sharp concrete sand at the base of this pole which will really boost your efforts tenfold. Again, you're getting closer to solving your problem and I hope you are beginning to see why I decided to write an entire article about this topic instead of just recommending a conical or canister one.

Another great idea I have found that I believe is debatable is the idea of greasing up the pole with petroleum jelly. Now, some people believe this is an effective technique. Others completely disagree saying that it is completely ineffective. Who are you going to believe? Well, I'd recommend you try it for yourself and see what happens. Every situation is different. Therefore, just because it worked for someone else doesn't mean it's going to work for you and vica versa.

A tip I found while surfing websites on this topic is that you could use a 24 inch piece of hardware cloth if you position it right beneath the bird house.

I forgot to mention earlier that if you want to buy the best snake baffle for bird houses, you can find it in your local bird store. Alternatively, if you choose to build it yourself, you could be saving some money there.

In conclusion, follow these tips and your problem will be resolved. I hope this article has helped you and I wish you the best of luck.


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