Posted by Jennifer Smith on 20th Feb 2017
Often when we think about garden protection, we think about how to get rid of deer and small rodents from gardens; but we neglect birds. For gardeners experiencing bird problems, we suggest installing these life-like predator replicas to scare away birds:
Bird X Prowler Owl
This owl replica looks completely lifelike, with a 4-ft wingspan and hunting flight pose. With intimidating eyes, and flexible wings that move in the wind, this is the best bird repellent on today's market to scare birds.
3-D Gator Guard Floating Repellent
This bird repellent looks like a real gator thanks to its 3-dimensional look. The floating alligator bird repellent is realistic and appears life-sized at 25" long. This gator predator replica covers a 360 degree wide coverage (1 acre), is easy to use and deters ducks, geese, herons and other common birds.
3-D Coyote Predator Replica
Who isn't scared of coyotes? The realistic looking 3D coyote predator replica is made from a weather-proof resin that is both tough and flexible. Because of it's 3-dimensional view, the natural predator looks real from all angles, and moves gracefully in the wind.
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