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The Flock Reflector creates tension and uncertainty in birds … this tension and uncertainty causes the birds to seek a safer and more peaceful environment and they move on!

The ‘Make Em Move’ Flock Reflector spins in the wind and sunlight to create lights that flash during daylight hours.  It’s best used as an effective deterrent for seagulls and other migratory birds. For best results, use the Flock Reflector with other deterrents available from Bird Control Australia. Made from plastic and aluminium, te Flock Reflector is UV and weather resistant and will last for many years. The Flock Reflector can be glued or screwed into place or can be attached to non porous surfaces.  Great solution for sheds, warehouses, boats, jetties, gardens and other agricultural applications.

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Benefits

Benefits

Benefits To Using Our Bird Deterrent Products

  • Cut recurring cleanup and repair costs 
  • Protect buildings and equipment from corrosive bird droppings
  • Increase and maintain property aesthetics
  • Eliminate fire hazards caused by birds building nests, under hosues in vents and chimneys
  • Reduce health and liability risks associated with pest bird infestation 
  • Prevent the spread of diseases, such as West Nile, Salmonella & E. Coli  
  • Save parks, yards, corporate grounds, pools, ponds, turf, etc. from bird damage 
  • Decrease nuisance for residents, neibours, workers and customers

Applications

Applications

Customer Reviews

The flock reflector works so well ! Review by No more pigeons!
Thank you to the team at Bird Control Australia!
I had a small flock of pigeons that kept landing on my roof and creating a racket.
I have tried numerous ways to try to get rid of them until finally I spoke Joe and the team at Bird Control Australia and they recommended the flock reflector.

I put it on the roof and the birds haven't been back since!

A huge thank you !! (Posted on 17/09/2016)

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