“Bonjour, J'ai acheté la semaine dernière une mangeoire de type Legacy, en espérant protéger les graines contre les tamias rayés (suisses). Malheureusement, les tamias ne semblent pas assez lourds pour que la cloison qui bloque l'ouverture des graines descende. Je crois que c'est ça le problème, car le ressort descend quand j'exerce une pression sur le perchoir mais il doit être trop rigide pour un tamia. Pourtant, j'avais demandé à la vendeuse si ça fonctionnait pour les tamias (en plus des écureuils) et elle m'avait dit que le mécanisme fonctionnerait. La mangeoire est quand même de bonne qualité. Merci Line Deschênes”
Bonjour Line, nous sommes tellement désolés, mais les tamias pèsent autant qu'un oiseau comme un cardinal. Si vous excluez les tamias, vous excluez certains oiseaux.
- Brome Bird Care
“I purchased my bird feeder some time ago when I lived in Florida. My yard there had a lot of squirrels but also had a lot of birds. All kinds of song birds, wood peckers, blue jays, etc. I enjoyed watching the birds at the feeder and really enjoyed watching the squirrels trying to figure out how to get the seed. They would climb the wooden pole, walk out on the long metal hanger and hang upside down on the bird feeder trying to get the seed. I've watched them go around and around the feeder trying to figure out how to get it. They could clearly see the food and smell the food but couldn't figure out how to get to it. One squirrel in particular was determined to get to that seed. It tried everything it could to get at it but of course it failed. I bet I watched that squirrel for a half an hour until it finally gave up, went down to the ground and ate the seeds that had fallen there from the feeder. I now live in South Carolina in a heavily wooded area. There are a LOT of red cardinals and they love the bird feeder. Yesterday I counted five little cardinals (I guess they're young cardinals but I'm not sure) eating from the feeder and a male cardinal sitting nearby on my fence. When the little birds flew back up to the trees the adult came to the feeder. I am really amazed at how many cardinals there are here. I've seen some other types of birds too but mostly cardinals. Love my bird feeder!!!”
“I bought the legacy feeder a few weeks back. The spring was not working properly for the tension. The reps from the company were so fast to get back to me in all possible ways viz phone, emails. And they sent me a whole new replacement spring mechanism within 2 days without asking. Now the feeder is working fine. Glad to know that some companies are still great at customer service and stand behind their products for real.”