Visual, audio and air deterrents are considered scare tactics and repellers.
Audio bird deterrents keep nuisance birds away with loud sounds. The loud sounds deter the targeted pest bird by duplicating predator and species specific distress calls to scare away targeted pest birds. They are best used in conjunction with other bird deterrent products.
Visual deterrents range from heli-kites that emulate hawks in flight to reflective windmills that flash UV lights.
Bird control air treatment deterrents are ideal for open spaces. They release a non-toxic mist, fog or scent that irritates birds’ trigeminal nerve and mucous membranes through entry in the eyes, nose or mouth. Birds do not like the sensation and will take flight from the area being treated.
The Eagle Eye is a Visual oriented deterrent designed to be placed in the birds flight path and cause the bird to become uncomfortable when flying in proximity to the Eagle Eye’s reflections.
State of the art air treatment system that delivers a low but effective dose of fragrance into the air that is pleasant only to humans.
Visual bird deterrent used to scare pest birds away from outdoor areas. The balloon is made from a weather resistant vinyl plastic, and is about the size of a standard beach ball. There is a “mock” predator eye printed around the sides of the balloon that is surrounded by a shiny reflective surface.
Flash Tape works in two ways, when birds see the shiny reflective surface, they will be confused, and frightened and want to avoid the area, when the wind picks up and moves the flash tape, birds will also be frightened by the “crinkling” sound.
A programmable electronic repeller that uses a variety of species specific distress signals and predator calls to send a “danger” alert to other birds in the area.