BirdBusters Distress & Predator Calls CD - Starling Crows Grackle Red Tail Goshawk- Scare Away starlings Crows and grackles
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- Scare Starlings with predator calls
- Frighten away crows with recorded bird distress sounds
- Warning/Advice- All audio & visual bird deterrents are not stand alone products! We highly recommend that other visual bird scare products be place in and around the problem area. Success depends upon how long the birds have been there and why they are there ( food, water etc)
- Scare Away Problem crows
- Recorded sounds of starling predators & birds in distress
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Use a CD, media player or similar sound system. Position speakers at approximate height of - but away from attack area. Camouflage speakers using wood siding, tree bark or visual bird deterrent device. Various starling, crow, grackle alarm / distress + red-tail, goshawk sounds occur intermittently throughout the 35 minute CD. LOUD sounds typically distort avian auditory reception. Experiment at low volume and adjust as necessary. Additional speakers & visual bird deterrents at non attack house sides / corners will discourage potential roosting. All scare products work best when used in combination with each other as they increase the birds fear and flight response to the perceived predator threat.
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We brought this on June 3, 2020, after our son-in-law told us that a bird buster style of CD was played on the loud speaker system before his football games in northern NJ to scare away pigeons. We have tried this one for crows at least 7-8 times. It has worked every time. So each time it has worked and the time in between has lengthened. Today we tried it to scare off the crows in the yard behind us. It worked for that too.
But we live within the I-495 Capital Beltway and our yard is only about .3 of an acre.
I will post an update if anything changes. But so far it beats Cornell University's suggestion of shining reflective CD disks or other such items that could clang together and scare away crows. Of course I haven't taken those down. But they hadn't worked until this CD.
My only wish is I wanted it to be a little bit louder. But I am playing it through an old CD player with no amplification.
Hope this is worthwhile in your decision.
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