Shop by Bird Problem allows you to select the area you are having problems with to find professionally recommended solutions. We understand that it can be a difficult process to find the right bird control product for your property. This process cuts out the headache of potentially installing the wrong bird control product, saving valuable time and money. Each page will focus on a specific bird problem on your property. These areas can range from the roof, eaves, and garden of your home to commercial areas such as loading dock canopies, entranceways, airports, and more.
Bird B Gone prides itself on educating customers on proper bird control. This means that we work with our customers to help diagnose the issue; where are the birds and what are they doing. These questions help narrow the search for the ideal bird deterrent product(s) to solve your pest bird issue. Some products are temporary solutions for seasonal birds, while other products are intended as permanent solutions for year-round bird control problems.
The simple answer is no. Some products will serve multiple purposes but there is no product that will solve every single bird control problem. This makes the Shop by Bird Problem pages so important, they identify the best products for the problem you are facing.
Covered areas such as eaves, canopies, dryer vents, and solar panels provide ample protection from weather and predators. These areas naturally draw birds to nest, requiring exclusionary products. Exclusion means to physically block the birds from accessing the area, most commonly referring to netting or screening.
These will be the primary products of use in these areas. The reason exclusion is recommended for nesting areas is because birds have biological instincts to return to nesting sites. They will keep coming back unless they are physically excluded.
Now we will cover flat open areas such as rooftops, windowsills and other exposed ledges birds are drawn to perch on. Flat open ledges are attractive to birds because they provide perches to scout for food, water and predators. Although most pest birds do not nest on open ledges, they will sit and roost comfortably unless obstructed.
Ledge products such as bird spikes, bird wire, electric track, and gel products are used to discourage birds from these locations.
Lastly, we have wide open areas such as backyards, golf courses, airport runways, gardens and more. Products used for open areas such as these commonly target the birds’ senses such as site, sound, smell, and taste to irritate or scare the birds away. Sounds deterrents use audio recording to warn birds to leave the area.
Visual deterrents mimic predators, triggering the bird’s instincts to flee the site. Aromatic sent and taste repellents can be sprayed or hung in certain areas to irritate the bird’s mucous membrane, driving them out of the vicinity.
Discover how to effectively keep birds away from patios with bird deterrents recommended by bird control professionals. Nobody like to see their newly purchased patio furniture ruined by salt and pepper streaks of bird droppings.
This page will summarize how you can effectively keep birds off deck railings. The recommended products will be broken down into two categories; deterrents for pigeons and deterrents for smaller birds such as sparrows.