Please read the description after watching the video to fully understand what was happening and the predicament I was in. I'm an inventive guy and I had an idea to build a squirrel proof bird feeder but before I did that, I had to find out one thing about squirrels and that was what is the smallest hole they would attempt to go through to get to food. I searched google and found no information. I decided the only way was to do a small scale experiment on my own to find out. There are about 7 squirrels in my neighbourhood which gave me a good group of friendly volunteers. Before we go any further, I love squirrels and have no issues with them and I feed them daily and love watching them in my yard. Many people hate squirrels because they can be very destructive in attics and chew wiring which can be very costly and they make a sport of killing them. I have a few videos where I show how to catch them without harming them if re-location is an option. The only thing they have done is chew open many of my bird feeders hence the reason for building a squirrel proof bird feeder. I decided to place a large glass jar outside my living room window for them to go into to get a small snack. The jar opening was 3" (7.5cm) without the lid attached, so what I did was I reduced the size of the opening by 1/4" (6mm) each day with a progressively smaller ring. I took time to make sure each ring was sanded smooth, with no sharp edges, so the squirrels wouldn't be injured in any way. I thought beforehand that they'd try to get in and if they couldn't, they'd just leave. I made sure of a few things while doing this experiment. 1) The jar was never left unattended. 2) I was steps away (I was on the other side of the glass window). The footage totally surprised me! They never give up!! I found it interesting that even though they struggled to get to the food, and had a hard time getting out, they kept coming back for more again and again day after day!! This is why they've survived millions of years. As the squirrel was having a hard time getting out, I realized that if I unscrewed the lid, he would then be running around with a lid around it's waist! That wasn't an option. Second option, If I tried to pull him out, it would most certainly bite a large chunk of my finger off. They have very powerful teeth and jaws. After consideration, I knew that if it got in, it would get out. AS you can see in the video, I was there to try to figure out what to do.I had to wait it out. The link below is the bird feeder I made from the results you're interested. ● MY CAMERA https://amzn.to/2K36NFB ● MY MICROPHONE https://amzn.to/2HLWO6B ● MY GOPRO CAMERA https://amzn.to/2K3UnNq
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