The Garden State suffers from several pest bird problems. Pigeons, which leave bird droppings and other bird parasites, have been known to deface and seriously damage commercial property as well as carrying many diseases. Starlings nest or roost in commercial dryer vents and roof vents, causing potentially hazardous obstructions. House sparrows consume grains in fields and in storage areas. Ponds across South Jersey are being overrun by mute swans, damaging the habitat that migratory waterfowl need to survive the winter.
Here’s what the bird control experts at Bird B Gone recommend for solving New Jersey’s bird problems:
Bird B Gone Stainless Steel Bird Spikes come in 1-, 3-, 5- and 8-inch widths that won’t allow birds to land. They feature a patented “bend-and-crush” design so the spikes remain firmly embedded in an unbreakable UV-protected polycarbonate base. This flexible base bends a full 360 degrees, so it can easily “follow” a variety of curved mounting surfaces. Stainless Steel Bird Spikes come with a 10-year guarantee.
Bird B Gone’s Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate starlings and other birds. And unlike ultrasonic devices, the Bird Chase device emits sounds birds can hear. Being solar powered means the device can easily be placed wherever birds flock—like orchards and trees.
For House Sparrows
Ideal for deterring as many as 22 different species of birds, Bird B Gone’s Solar Bird Chase Super Sonic protects large outdoor areas from sparrows, starlings and many other birds. The device broadcasts distress and predator calls that intimidate birds. And unlike ultrasonic devices, the Bird Chase device emits sounds birds can hear. Being solar powered means the device can easily be placed wherever sparrows flock.
For Mute Swans
Bird B Gone’s inexpensive visual bird deterrents are easily installed in high visibility commercial areas to discourage mute swans from entering. The simplest of the three is Flash Tape, a 50-foot roll of iridescent foil tape that crackles in the breeze and reflects sunlight to scare birds away. Equally effective is the Scare Eye Diverter, a tear-drop-shaped iridescent foil deterrent that features a large “predator” eye designed to scare birds. Finally, there’s the Bird Scare Balloon, a large inflatable “beach ball” that also features a large mock predator eye. When the latter two devices twist and turn in the breeze, they are perceived as a life-like predator—at least from a pest bird’s point of view.
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.
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