“The cedar waxwings never landed in the area where the Bird Gard unit was.”
Steve Mullis, Farmer John Berries
Repel Cedar Waxwings
Cedar waxwings are medium-sized birds that are easily recognizable due to their distinct color pattern and crest. Waxwings – which are found throughout North America – have black banding surrounding their eyes, are brown throughout the head with their color fading to gray on theirs back and wings. Red “wax-droplets” can be seen on their wings, giving the Cedar waxwing its distinctive look and its name. These beautiful birds cause significant crop damage and are commonly found feeding in berry fields across the country.
Effective Cedar Waxwing Repellent
If your crops have been damaged by Cedar waxwings, a Bird Gard unit can start protecting your vineyard, orchards, or other crops from these nuisance birds today. Bird Gard achieves exceptional protection from birds by offering complete coverage of an area where Cedar Waxwings are present. Areas not fully protected by Bird Gard will allow birds to begin feeding at the fringes of the sound coverage. The complete coverage provided by Bird Gard forces Cedar waxwings to leave your vineyard, orchard, or other crops permanently.
Electronic Bird Control
Bird Gard units are designed to effectively and permanently remove Cedar waxwings from your property. A built in microprocessor in our electronic bird control units continually randomizes the order the sounds play and the relative pitch of each bird sound to give the impression many birds are in distress in the Bird Gard protected area. This random technology prevents Cedar waxwings from becoming habituated and keeps birds out of your vineyard, crop, or orchard all the way through harvest.
Which Bird Gard Should I Buy?
|Bird Gard has a variety of products to repel birds from one acre to thousands of acres. Choosing the right one depends on a number of factors. Compare Bird Gard’s bird control units or you can also contact a live human using the information below.|
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