"Bird Gard eliminated the damage starlings were causing in our sunflower and corn research."


David Pankhurst, Ag Quest Research
Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Protect Sunflowers from Birds

Red-winged blackbirds, grackles, starlings and other pest birds love sunflower seeds. After sunflowers bloom, pest birds are attracted to the many seeds in the large inflorescence on a sunflower plant. If you have been noticing pest birds in your sunflowers, installing a Bird Gard unit will drive away any nuisance bird. Bird Gard units offer complete, full-range protection for your sunflower field by using electronic bird control to scare and drive away pest birds. Digital recording of distressed birds, along with sounds made by their natural predators, are broadcast through high fidelity, weather-resistant speakers throughout your entire sunflower field.

Electronic Bird Control

Bird Gard units are designed to effectively and permanently remove birds from your sunflower fields. 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 birds from becoming habituated and keeps birds out of your sunflower fields all the way through harvest.

Other Crops We Protect

Almonds

 

Apples

 

Blueberries

 

Cherries

Corn

 

Figs

 

Grapes

 

Lettuce

Peaches

 

Pears

 

Pecans

 

Pistachios

Plums

 

Raspberries

 

Rice

 

Soybeans

Sunflowers

           
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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. Click here to see a comparison of all Bird Gard units or you can also contact a live human using the information below.
 
Call us toll-free at 888-332-2328 M-F 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM Pacific Time.
You can also email your questions using our Contact Form.