This used to be a really cute bird feeder -- it looked like a little chapel. My MIL bought it for me this summer when she was here visiting. This past spring we had a lot of visits from bears and I lost quite a few feeders. Things calmed down in the summer once the berry supply was plentiful. I knew it was time to start taking the feeder in at night again. I've been telling everyone that, but did I listen to myself? Nope. Now look at it. At our house in California, we had a variety of wildlife come through. There was a raccoon family that used to drink from our pool. They would leave the funniest looking little muddy pawprints on the edge of the pool. We also had opossums nearly every night, which is something that's not native to Montana. There was the occasional coyote, mostly in the river bottom behind our house, and other critters. We even had a few bears roam by, though I never saw them personally. At our house in Montana, the critters don't always sneak by late at night. Sometimes they wander around in broad daylight. We've seen bears, deer, moose, and we've heard there's even a mountain lion that lives in the area, but I have yet to see him. I'm not sure when this particular feeder was destroyed, but I did hear the neighbor's dog barking the other morning when I was getting dressed. I know better, but for whatever reason, I didn't go check it out like usual. So now I have a busted up bird feeder and a couple of hungry squirrels who aren't going to be happy if I don't replace it soon. What type of wildlife do you get?