Sound bird deterrents use distress and predator calls, along with other sounds to scare birds, to humanely deter a wide variety of winged pests. These bird control devices have been scientifically designed to deter birds from large open spaces like backyards, rooftops and spacious gardens.
Bird B Gone's Bird Repellent Sound Systems fully exploit a bird’s natural alertness and sensitive hearing—hearing that’s similar to humans. So, unlike the ultrasonic sounds emitted by some high frequency “bird deterrents,” the sounds emitted by Bird B Gone devices resemble normal birdcalls to the human ear, which is why they will not annoy pets or neighbors—only birds. Bird B Gone’s family of sound bird deterrents address a wide range of pest bird problems in various venues—commercial, industrial, municipal and residential.
Sound bird deterrents work best as a preventative measure or when the bird problem is relatively new. The longer the problem persists makes it increasingly more difficult to repel pest birds with sound alone. Making it important to incorporate other sensory based deterrents when necessary.
Versatile and easy to use, the Bird Chase Super Sonic can be set to scare off a specific bird or placed on a "general" setting to scare all birds. The bird distress and predator calls are repeated every 10 minutes, and the device can be programmed to turn on or off at night.
The Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic has all the features of the Bird Chase Super Sonic plus solar sustainability. This not only adds easy portability but makes these bird control devices more energy efficient during daylight hours.
This “smart” pest control device frightens unwanted critters and winged pests using harmless dog barking sounds and flashing LED lights. The versatile Sonic Shield™ has been scientifically designed to rid a property of a wide range of critters: voles, moles, squirrels, raccoons, possums, skunks, gophers, chipmunks, deer, virtually anything on four legs—even bats. Activated by a motion sensor, the Sonic Shield™ works in two modes—a daytime and nighttime mode. For the daytime mode, flashing LED lights and loud barking dog sounds combine to create a powerful deterrent to scare critters from the property.