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I need help getting rid of birds
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justin    Posted 06-05-2004 at 09:51:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
i need to find a solution that can help me keep birds away from my pool. we have set out owls but they are not working. they are making messes by using the "restroom" in the pool.i would really apprediate a response from anyone with tips. thanks alot.


dale anne    Posted 06-05-2004 at 20:10:35       [Reply]  [No Email] birdhouses and feeders in places ya dont mind the birds a big ole tree a few yards away from yer porch...also them windsocks work as long asthey have the tails on them...but i find them ugly[sorry]...if ya find bird feed to be expensive get some cracked corn or layer pellets and make a mash of them...good luck...dale anne

Smitty    Posted 06-05-2004 at 12:46:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
I use old CD's to keep birds away from my garden.
There are plenty of free ones available. Just hang them with twine from anything so they spin freely and the moving mirrors they make scare the birds away.

J B    Posted 06-05-2004 at 10:49:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
Rubber snakes are the best 'scare-crows' I've found. If they are perching in trees and causing the mess, you can toss the snakes up there and they will hang.

Once, we had them so bad, and having lots of trees, we couldn't afford enough rubber snakes to cover. Had a brainstorm and got old panty hose and cut the legs off, and sort of loosely stuffed them with newspaper.. and pitched them into the trees. That worked, too. Seems it is just the shape of a snake, not the realistic looks, that scares them.

I suspect placing toy snakes around the edge of the pool might be a good thing.

Hope this helps.

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