WhirlyBird Residential Bird Deterrent Uses
Does it feel like birds are taking over your yard—or even worse, your house? Does it feel like they’ve moved in and are refusing to pay rent? Have noisy birds replaced your alarm clock every morning? Send the birds flying away with the WhirlyBird Repeller! One of the most humane and affordable residential bird control devices on the market today, the WhirlyBird can help you get rid of your bird problem, without harming the birds.
Where To Use The WhirlyBird Repeller
Waterfront residences, boats and docksThe WhirlyBird works for a variety of homes, helping to solve a number of common household bird problems. Give it a whirl for:
- Backyards, decks, patios, pools and gardens
- Roofs & terraces, solar panels and koi ponds
- And more!
The WhirlyBird is entirely wind-powered, so all you have to do is find a place that will catch a breeze—in the open and up high. We even have two models to choose from, so you can find the perfect solution for your home. The WhirlyBird Repeller Pro is ideal for locations with higher winds, and the WhirlyBird Repeller Breeze is ideal for areas with even the slightest breeze.
Why Do You Need The WhirlyBird Repeller?
Though we may idealize the bird feeders* we remember from our childhood backyards, birds can be a real nuisance. If left unchecked, birds can decimate gardens, cause structural harm to your home, create an eyesore on your boats and docks with their many “gifts”, cause health problems and more. Don’t let the birds take control of your property. Get your home back with the WhirlyBird Repeller.
* The WhirlyBird works best to repel birds that have not become domesticated. Domestication can happen when people feed birds or if the birds have otherwise become accustomed to being around people.
How It Works
Most effective when used before birds nest or roost in the area, the WhirlyBird Repeller combines several proven bird control methods within a single cost-effective device. All of the scaring methods that the device uses are safe and humane. Shaped like a Peregrine Falcon, the device mimics predatory behavior with randomized movement, sound and vibration in the wind as well as light reflecting in a continually changing pattern. Altogether, these techniques can scare the birds off and keep them away for good.