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Bird Decoy

  • The Pond Guy Blue Heron Decoy

    3.9

    (137 Reviews)

    …Construction For Years Of Use Protect your fish with a heron decoy. Herons are very territorial birds; when the decoy is placed near a pond other herons will avoid conflict and find a different feeding spot! The Pond Guy Blue Heron Decoy deters problematic herons from visiting your pond and doubles…
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    $39.99
  • Bird-X Prowler Owl

    5.0

    (4 Reviews)

    * Lifelike Predator Decoy with Moving Wings * Realistic Markings to Scare Away Birds and Small Pests * Effective Wherever Visible for up to 6000 sq. ft. Keep birds and small critters away from your lakefront propert or garden by intimidating them with the Bird-X Great Horned Owl. Immobile deocys are…
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    $39.99
  • Aquascape Floating Alligator Decoy

    4.7

    (14 Reviews)

    * Deter Pest Birds Including Geese * Floats Freely On The Pond Surface * Natural Body Movement Creates Lifelike Appearance The Aquascape Floating Alligator Decoy has three hinged body parts allowing for unfettered movement and creating a deceptive life-like appearance sure to deter predators from…
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    $47.98
  • Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy

    4.1

    (9 Reviews)

    * Deter Pest Birds Including Geese * Moves & Bobs With The Wind * Great Predator Decoy For Ponds & Water Gardens The Bird-X Gator Guard Decoy is a realistic alligator head decoy that will effectively keep away geese and other pesky waterfowl. Its life-like eyes will flash in the light as it…
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    $39.99
  • Gardeneer Natural Enemy Scarecrow SOL-R Action Owl

    4.4

    (28 Reviews)

    * Deter Birds And Other Nuisance Pests * No Need For Batteries With Solar Panel * Great For Ponds Gardens & More The SOL-R Action Owl decoy is the ideal pond predator control tool to help repel most nuisance birds and other small animals. With a built-in solar panel the decoy has a timed head…
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    $49.99
  • Bird-X 3D-Coyote Decoy

    2.9

    (15 Reviews)

    …Coyote Decoys have a 3D build that makes them visible from all angles making them superior to silhouette cut outs not to mention the tail and body of the coyote decoy will move with the least amount of wind. This movement can be spotted by pesky birds from a great distance away. Nesting birds and…
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    $49.99
  • De-Coy-ote Decoy

    5.0

    (6 Reviews)

    …soil quality. Keep pests away with the De-Coy-ote and let the wind do the work. Sudden movement makes this coyote decoy a successful deterrent against pesky geese herons and other birds. The wind activated spring action movement gives the appearance that it is in running motion. This high resolution…
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    $69.95
  • …a heron decoy. Herons are territorial and so if they see that another heron has claimed the pond they will keep flying by. Pro tip: Avoid using heron decoys during mating season which is generally April and May but may vary depending on your location. The decoy may actually attract birds looking for…
    …numbers by adding pond dye or installing a decoy device like a Solar Owl Decoy or Nite Guard Solar designed to chase away rodents and snakes. With its timed head rotation powered by a built-in solar panel the Solar Owl Decoy will help repel nuisance birds and other small critters during the day. And…
    …before. * Coyote Decoy: Geese (and just about every other critter) do not like coyotes. The 3D Coyote Decoy looks lifelike from all angles particularly when the wind blows and moves its tail and body. Geese will spot this movement from a great distance and steer clear of it. Nesting birds and other…
    …that may be hiding with their feet. The great blue heron is an intelligent bird so you will need to get creative when it comes to encouraging them to hunt in a different location. Here are some tricks to try: * Decoy: The first line of defense should be when a heron has yet to discover your pond…
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