Bird Problems at Home #2 (Sonic Bird Repellers)

Previously, we talked about using ultrasonic bird repellers around your home, targeting patios, balconies, decks, i.e., the types of areas that are open but offer some opportunity for birds to perch or roost for a time, thus leading to bird messes that you have to regularly clean up.

Sonic bird repellers are another effective variety of electronic pest repellers. Where ultrasonic keeps birds away by generating  a variety of annoying frequencies that chase birds away (without affecting people), sonic repellers work with audible sound that repels or deters by giving birds a message that they understand to be a distress type of alarm and/or a predator sound.

Distress and alarm calls can be somewhat species targeted although if you’ve ever watched different types of birds around a bird feeder, you often see them respond to another bird’s warning cry should there be some perceived danger in the immediate area. Regardless, as you look for sonic bird repellers, be sure to check what types of birds it can target.

Not all bird species are necessarily in the pest category. Pigeons, seagulls, crows, doves, geese, woodpeckers – these are typical problem birds. Be sure that the sonic repeller you choose targets the bird(s) you have the most problems with. (You can see a variety of sonic repellers from industry leader Bird-X by clicking here.)

These units are all intended for use outdoors and most have multiple speakers to allow you to target and blanket a problem area from several angles. Do realize that it takes more than just plugging it in and turning it on (although you may see some results quickly) but you may need to adjust the targeting and frequencies to repel your particular bird species effectively. Many people don’t take the time to do this and incorrectly assume that the unit does not work.

Look for dual power units, AC and battery operated, in case you don’t have electric wiring in the vicinity of your bird problem. Some may even employ solar power or solar recharging of your battery, allowing it to operate more continuously.

As bird repellents go, sonic (and ultrasonic) bird repeller units are safe, effective, durable and easy to install and use. You can use sonic units by themselves or utilize some visual scares as well. In combination, it’s a great one-two punch to keep bird messes and damage away from your property.

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