Scare birds fast!Easy-to-use 18" balloons have mylar tails and "eyes" that mimic and exaggerate the glaring eyes and gaping mouth of a predator bird. We recommend four to eight balloons per acre. Fill with air and hang 3' above your crop. (Pole not included. We recommend electrical conduit.) Rotate colors for best results. Imported. Specify color: black, white or yellow from the selection box above. See drop down box for colors currently available.
2015 Master Catalog: Page 482
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Comments about Scare Eye Balloon for Bird Control:
Hanging outside now, will see how it works. Have had problems with hawks killing chickens.
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Wonderful item that really works
from Bronson, MI
I hung my scare eye balloon just outside the coop door where the chickens go in and out of and the first day there was only one bird in the coop, the second day there was two but since then there have been no more birds inside the coop. Before getting this product I always had a flock of birds in the coop because they knew it would be warmer in there and there was food. I hope this product keeps working like it is now.
They work but they're delicate
By M. Y.
About Me Getting Started
I use these on a sailboat, on the mast and the boom. They keep away poopie sea birds but your have to space them closely or the little buggers go inbetween. I also have to tie them in with thin line all around the balloon. Otherwise, they will tear free during the first stormy weather or high wind. They're a pain but not as bad as the birds and they do seem to work though not completely.
They work great on scaring woodpeckers
from Bergen County, NJ
I have woodpeckers that bore holes in my house to make nests. There are plenty of trees around. The ballons scare them away and they dont come back to finish making the holes.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
They work pretty good
from wheeling, IL
About Me Professional Landscaper
Used in the right range area they do work well to keep birds away from corn.