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Electronic Bird Repellers Electronic Bird Repellers
Ultrasonic and Sonic Devices emit Bird Distress Cries and Predator Sounds to Scare Away Birds.

Propane Scare Cannons  Electronic Bird Repellers
Repel Pest Birds and Wildlife with Sonic Blasts Generated by Clean-Burning Propane Gas.

Roosting and Landing Electronic Bird Repellers  Prevention
Humanely Keep Birds off Roofs, Ledges, Window Sills, Signs, Awnings and More.

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An Egret is any of several herons; The Great Egret is a large bird with all-white plumage that can reach one meter in height and weigh up to about 2 pounds. It is thus only slightly smaller than the Great Blue or Grey Heron. Apart from size, the Great Egret can be distinguished from other white egrets by its yellow bill and black legs and feet, though the bill may become darker and the lower legs lighter in the breeding season. In breeding plumage, delicate ornamental feathers are borne on the back. Males and females are identical in appearance; juveniles look like non-breeding adults. It has a slow flight, with its neck retracted. This is characteristic of herons and bitterns, and distinguishes them from storks, cranes, ibises and spoonbills, which extend their necks in flight.

The Egret breeds in colonies in trees close to large lakes with reed beds or other extensive wetlands. It builds a bulky stick nest. The Great Egret feeds in shallow water or drier habitats, feeding mainly on fish, frogs, small mammals, and occasionally small birds and reptiles, spearing them with its long, sharp bill most of the time by standing still and allowing the prey to come within its striking distance of its bill which it uses as a spear. It will often wait motionless for prey, or slowly stalk its victim. It is a common species, usually easily seen.

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Remove bird droppings and prepare a clean surface for spikes or netting.
 

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All bird control methods prove more effective when used in combination. When used with an Electronic Repeller, visual scare aides such as Bird Scare Tape, Terror Eyes and Hawk Decoys will deter birds in a multi-sensory assault.

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