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The BirdXPeller® PRO gets rid of birds by emitting a variety of naturally recorded distress calls and predator cries that confuse, frighten, and disorient pest birds. The digital sounds warn birds of an emergency and to stay away.
The sonic repellers are completely programmable and utilize real sounds with clear and high-definition playback.
The BirdXPeller® PRO is a safe and humane solution to protect your property from bird infestation. With three versions to choose from, you can tailor your bird control to work for you.
Version 1 repels: Pigeons, Starlings, Sparrows, and Gulls
Version 2 repels: Crows, Blackbirds, Grackles, Cormorants, and Ravens
Version WP repels: Woodpeckers and Sparrows
The BirdXPeller® PRO is completely weather-resistant, making it ideal for outdoor use with up to 1 acre of coverage. The BirdXPeller PRO can easily be mounted using the provided mounting hardware or with other securing materials such as zip ties.
With a photocell sensor, this unit can be programmed to turn on at dawn.
This unit is also compatible with our small solar panel and can be battery-powered with a 12V deep-cycle marine battery (purchased separately).
Where To Use:Public Parks and Beaches, Homes, Gardens, and Patios, Sheds and Storage Buildings, Waterfront Property and Docks
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"I feel comfortable that I have eliminated a nuisance."
I want to take a moment of your time to thank you for the recommendation of the BirdXPeller Pro to alleviate my fowl problem. The past year was enjoyable knowing that i didn’t have to do additional cleanup around my swimming pool because of bird droppings. The unit performed as described and I am well pleased. All without any harm to the environment or to the birds.
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"Gulls departed immediately and never returned. "
Two years ago, I purchased a BirdXPeller Pro and placed it on my boat dock which had been the home of approximately 200 seagulls; the guano was two inches thick! As long as this unit is turned on, the gulls depart immediately and never return. It has survived two severe winters and two hot summers on the Puget Sound.