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Scare Birds Away With Predator Decoys

Every year, homeowners are plagued by pests that want to live and eat in their yards. Birds like sparrows and crows love to eat seeds from your newly planted garden, while geese love to eat your lawn. If you have any fruit trees, they are definitely not safe from pests either. So how does a homeowner scare away birds?

There is one easy way to scare away birds. Use realistic predator decoys in your yard to scare away birds. Birds have a built-in aversion to certain menacing silhouettes, such as peregrine falcons and coyotes. Using decoys can be very easy and cheap, saving you money on lost crops, lawns and fruit.

Hawk Decoys

Hawk Decoys

Hawk decoys are best used to scare birds away from your garden and fruit trees. You can hang hawk decoys on trees. Life as a hawk will scare other birds. Small birds will perceive the hawk’s bait as a threat and will simply look elsewhere for food.

Attach hawk decoys to garden stakes to protect your garden from pests. A hawk looks at your garden and scares the birds away with its presence. Every day or so, it is enough to move the hawk decoy to a different place in the garden so that the other birds do not get used to it being in one place.

To protect your entire yard or pool, a hawk decoy can be installed on a patio cover or roof edge. Make sure the hawk is seen by other pests, they will think the hawk bait is waiting for dinner to arrive.

Coyote baits

Coyote decoys are used to scare geese away from grassy areas such as parks, golf courses, green belts and backyards. Coyote decoys are easy to assemble and stick right into your lawn. It is best to get several coyote decoys and place them in a “pack” formation. This way, animals like ducks and deer will think the coyotes are hunting for food and flee the area. Most coyote baits are made of plastic material and stainless steel rods, so you don’t have to worry about removing them when the lawn is watered.

Predator decoys are an easy and inexpensive way to keep birds out of your yard. As with any bird control product, it is best to install the decoys before the birds take up residence in your yard. Once birds are nesting in an area, it is much harder to get rid of them.


By Magazine4Life

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