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Wind-Action Owl Decoy - Pigeon Scarer
The wind-action owl is a simple but effective tool that will keep pigeons and other birds away from your roof and garden. It features a rotating head and reflective eyes, giving the owl a realistic appearance for guaranteed results.
Finding an effective and humane way to get rid of pigeons can be a challenge, but it can be avoided with this Wind-Action Owl Decoy. This lifelike pigeon scarer can be placed on a balcony, a flat roof, or anywhere else where you need to scare away nuisance birds. While other birds may sometimes visit your garden, pigeons can cause damage to buildings and are a potential thread to the spread of diseases, such as Chiamdiosis, a virus similar to influenza, and Psittacosis.
We recommend using more than one figurine at a time for best results, and changing its location so that pigeons and other birds will not get used to it. The rotating head with reflective eyes moves with the wind, giving a realistic appearance to the statue for increased effectiveness.
Height: 40.8cm (16.1") x Length: 20cm (7.9") x Width: 18cm (7.1")
"Item failed to arrive what more can I say."
Reviewed Monday, 24 December 2018
". nancyidea for humanly chasing off the pigeons who were creating such a mess with their droppings, now gone thanks"
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 July 2018
"Decent quality product for the money"
Reviewed Wednesday, 27 September 2017
"Haven't had proof that it really works yet"
Reviewed Tuesday, 26 September 2017
"Unfortunately I think this photo tells you how much it frightened the pigeons in my garden"
Reviewed Saturday, 23 September 2017
"Great idea just a little awkward to attach and needs to be quite high in the tree to be effective for us. Really pleased with the quality."
Reviewed Monday, 24 July 2017
"Didn't scare them, Rather hss been adopted as their new member of the flock!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 March 2017
"It's kept all the seagulls of our roof & decking, thank goodness, they were knocking on the windows at 6 am every morning. It's fantastic but my cat wants to kill it."
Reviewed Monday, 27 February 2017
"Working - so far!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 1 February 2017
"just what we wanted"
Reviewed Sunday, 29 January 2017