- Defend Nesting Areas
- Use Scare Tactics
- Implement a bird repellent
This is the big moment. The closer is up to bat and the bases are loaded. The pitch is thrown… and a pigeon flies in front of your face, ruining the big play! Stadiums are full of leftover food and high rises, perfect for bird nests. These birds have the potential to ruin spectator experience and defile seats with unwanted droppings. Learn how you can prevent birds from interrupting more home runs with these tips.
Bird Spikes: Strike One
Bird spikes are a non-lethal way to prevent birds from roosting. These spikes make it uncomfortable for unwanted birds to properly nest. For maximum effect, you need to think like a bird, so place them in high flat areas. However, birds are resilient and this is not a foolproof method. If you don’t try additional tactics, they will come back.
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Scare Them Off: Strike Two
Get the upper hand with a sneaky play. If you’ve implemented bird spikes with no effect, try to scare birds off. You can scare birds away by making them think there are predators near. Here are a couple examples of scare tactics:
- Playing noises of predatory birds
- Placing faux owls
- Visual deterrents like shiny objects, and more!
Fog Force: Home Run!
The home run play is Avian Fog Force TR by Avian Enterprises. It is a time-released bird repellent that’s gentle enough to use around humans, so you can keep the games going! Avian Fog Force’s time release feature ensures the bases are covered, leaving you free to watch the game. Simply let Avian Fog Force do its job and boom, you’ll knock those birds right out of the park.
Keep Birds Out of Your Stadium with Fog Force
Leave the other bench warming defenses and pick up a star player bird repellent. With Avian Fog Force TR, treatments cost approximately $12.50 an acre, offering an effective way to keep fans happily cheering for the home team. Shop now or contact us at 888-366-0709 for more information.