The Last Frontier state has been inundated with black-billed magpies, birds that often attack customers. And like most states, Alaska has pigeons that deface and damage property with their disease carrying droppings. The state also has the Alaska Swallow, a bird that leaves messy nests under eaves and overhangs. Finally, Glaucous-winged Gulls create problems at airports, garbage dumps, and health hazards when nesting on buildings.
Bird B Gone’s Bird Spider 360 features breeze-powered tentacles that bounce and sway, creating a visual distraction zone for birds. The Spider is easy to set up and can be mounted a number of ways.
Bird B Gone’s Stainless Steel Bird Spike won’t allow birds to land. Available in 1-, 3-, 5- and 8-inch splay widths, the spiked strips provide increasingly wider areas of protection.
Bird-B-Gone’s Bird Slope angled, slippery PVC panels deny swallows a solid footing, so they can’t land. Available in different colors to blend in with a building’s exterior colors, the maintenance-free panels are made of UV-protected PVC, so they’re sun- and weather resistant. They are easily mounted under eaves and other 90-degree nooks where swallows build their nests.
Bird B Gone’s Agrilaser® uses advanced, patented optical laser-beam technology to harmlessly repel gulls over great distances—up to 2,000 meters. The handheld device is silent, portable and won’t harm birds. Much like an approaching car, birds perceive the green laser beam as a rapidly approaching physical threat, so they flee the area.
Bird-B-Gone is the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of bird control products, providing effective and humane solutions to a bird-free environment. The company provides advice, training and installation services in every state for those who need help with these and other bird control measures.