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New! Bird-X Falcon Decoy

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Weight: 2.00 lbs

Scares away nuisance birds!

Bird-X designed this predator decoy to scare away pesky birds! This realistic-looking Peregrine Falcon model stands 15-1/2 inches tall and features reflective eyes. A hollow bottom allows for the addition of sand or gravel for added stability.This decoy provides an easy and effective solution to your bird problem. Simply remove the stopper, fill the hollow bottom with sand or gravel, and place in a location visible to birds.Use the Bird-X Falcon Decoy to scare away many types of birds including pigeons, gulls, blackbirds, and starlings. This decoy uses no chemicals, so you can confidently use it around pets or children!

Product Features

  • Visual scare tool
  • Safe for pets and children
  • Simple to use
  • Reflective eyes deter birds from visiting the area

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

5 Stars

It Really Works! wrote

This Falcon solved our bird mess issue. We have a nice sitting area on our back porch. My husband also feeds some feral cats here too, plus unfortunately some raccoons. The birds also liked the cat food, thus the mess. We tried several of those beach balls with owl eyes. That helped, but still had some bird mess. I purchased two of these falcons and that has solved our problem with the bird mess. So, yes, these truly work!

5 Stars

FALCON wrote

FINALLY.... A product that actually works. I wish I had bought tow, but thought it was just a gimmick so I bought only one. The best thing to do, is to put it on a pole at least 5 feet above the ground. I began with poles about 3 feet, it worked but when I put it higher, it worked much better. I have 50 blueberry bushes no less than 4 feet high. Some higher. Last year I lost over 50% of my crop to birds.

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