"The field trials can be evaluated successful...because the Night Herons were kept away from the protected area."

Dr. Stefano Volponi, Department Head
Universita Di Ferrafa Dipartimento Di Biologia Evolutiva, Italy




Repel Herons

Different species of herons can be found across North America, including the Great Blue Heron, Green Heron, and Black-Crowned Night-Heron. The size and stature of different heron species differs, but most heron species are gray-blue or a dull blue-green in coloration, with long legs and long beaks. Herons typically do not travel in large flocks like many other birds, but herons commonly dwell around aquaculture farms and fisheries to feed on fish. Additionally, herons can become a problem around marinas and docks from their droppings building up.

Effective Heron Repellent

If your boat, dock, marina, koi pond or landfill has suffered loss due to herons, a Bird Gard unit can start protecting your impacted area today. Bird Gard achieves exceptional protection from birds by offering complete coverage of an area where herons are present. Areas not fully protected by Bird Gard will allow herons to begin feeding at the fringes of the sound coverage.

Electronic Bird Control

Bird Gard units are designed to effectively and permanently remove Herons 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 Herons 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. Click to see a comparison of all Bird Gard products or you can also contact a live human using the information below.
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