- Establish barriers to stop birds from entering your barn
- Scare birds from your barn with sound deterrents
- Eliminate easy access to food sources
- Protect your barn with Avian Control liquid bird repellent
As the weather gets colder, non-migratory birds will begin seeking out safe and warm shelters for the winter. With some minor changes, you can avoid your barn becoming their new seasonal home. Keep away barn birds with these tips from Avian Control.
Establish Barn Bird Barriers
Keep birds away from your barn by establishing barriers. Patch up any holes in your barn walls or ceilings to block easy access inside. For unwanted birds roosting on the outside of your barn, set up ramps or spikes to making landing difficult or uncomfortable.
Scare Away Birds With Sound
Sound deterrents can be implemented to keep birds away from your barn. These deterrents broadcast various sounds that frighten birds and cause them to fly away. Sound deterrents include, but are not limited to:
- Predatory bird calls
- Distressed bird sounds
- Ultrasonic sound waves
Eliminate Food and Water Sources
Birds will seek a shelter that supplies them with easy access to food. Make sure your barn is not an easy food source for hungry birds by keeping food and water contained. Secure all feed in bird-proof containers to encourage birds to find another winter home.
SEE ALSO: Get Rid of Bird In Your Barn
Keep Barn Birds At Bay With Avian Control
Protect your barn from unwanted birds with Avian Control. Avian Control liquid bird repellent is effective at keeping birds away from your barn. EPA-registered and our formula is mild enough to be used around humans, animals and crops. Shop now or contact us at 888.868.1982 for more information.