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Things to consider before installing bird repelling devices

Overview of bird devices

Products by bird types

Visual Scare Devices
    Terror-Eyes Bird Repeller
    GatorGuard for water fowl
    Irri-Tape bird deterrent
    Prowler Owl repels pigeons
    Bird-Lite strobe
    Coyote Replica
    Fox Replica 
Mechanical roost inhibitors
    Stainless steel spikes
    Polycarbonate spikes
    Bird nets
Liquid Roost inhibitors
    Gel roost inhibitor
    Spray roost inhibitor 
Sonic repelling device
    Super Bird-XPeller Pro
    BirdXPeller Pro
    Goose Buster
    CritterBlaster Pro
    WoodPecker Pro
Ultrasonic/Sonic comb units
    BroadBand Pro
    BillBoard Pro
Ultrasonic (Silent) devices
   Super Quadblaster Bird & bat
   Quadblaster Bird & Bat
   Ultrason- X for birds

Things to consider before installing your bird repelling device.

"physical bird barriers plus visual scare products and/or sound repellers will produce a synergistic bird control effect."

No two bird infestation problems are exactly the same. Treat yours as you would any well engineered project, and begin with research. Success depends on timing, organization and diversity. Collect and consider information related to the bird problem that may have bearing on the actual installation and its success:

Survey the birds. Gather specific data as to the type and population of birds, length of time of their residence, flight and time patterns, entries, exits and favorite areas, and nesting, feeding and roosting habits.

Survey your property. Discover what the birds find attractive about your area (food, shelter, hidden recesses...), and whether the same conditions prevail in neighboring properties. Note overhangs or foliage above current infestations.

Remove all inducements. Before installing any product, make sure to clean the area of all evidence of birds: nests, fledglings, droppings, dead birds, and the residual scent. (Adult birds are likely to return to their young in order to protect them or to assist them in leaving the area.) Also remove food spillage, garbage, nesting material and other items that may be appealing to birds.

Maintain a clean and changing environment. For maximum effectiveness, periodically clean the area of nests, debris and bird droppings. This should be done often on a new installation to ensure that birds do not try to return to their old habits.

Install early. It is always best to install a product before "bird season" begins; it is easier to keep the birds away than to rout them out once they have already established a living pattern.

Use products synergistically. Two or more different kinds of devices (a physical bird barrier plus a visual scare product and/or a sound bird repeller) will produce a synergistic effect -- i.e., in combination the products will yield much greater effectiveness than any one product alone. 

Consider alternate locations. Make educated guesses as to where the birds will go when they are repelled from their current infestation. It may be very easy for birds to relocate to the other side of a roof or warehouse, an adjacent loading dock or a nearby gutter or pipe. Products should be applied to, or installed in, these adjacent areas as well.

Familiarize yourself with the legal and public relations environment. Find out about related environmental laws in your area.



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