Bird-X Prowler Owl Decoy with Moving Wings Realistic Bird Scare

June 15, 2016 - Comment

How It Works The Prowler Owl is a proven visual scare that imitates the appearance of the Great Horned Owl: the most feared aerial predator. Complete with a 44” (3.7ft) flexible wingspan, hunting posture, & intimidating glassy eyes, the Prowler Owl frightens away pest birds & small animals. Its durable weather resistant material and ability

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How It Works

The Prowler Owl is a proven visual scare that imitates the appearance of the Great Horned Owl: the most feared aerial predator. Complete with a 44” (3.7ft) flexible wingspan, hunting posture, & intimidating glassy eyes, the Prowler Owl frightens away pest birds & small animals. Its durable weather resistant material and ability to move along with outdoor wind and breeze makes the product ideal for outdoor use.

Pests Repelled

The Prowler Owl effectively deters pigeons, seagulls, gulls, grackles, crows, blackbirds, sparrows, starlings, barn swallows, small rodents, rabbits, squirrels, and more.

Where to Use

The Prowler Owl is potent in any open outdoor area up to 6,000 sq. ft. This includes locations such as yards, gardens, parks, fields, rooftops, patios, waterfront property, airports, transportation platforms, marinas, boat docks, farm fields, orchards, vineyards, warehouses, and many others.

Installation

To install the Prowler Owl, simply mount onto a ½” post where it is most visible to birds in flight. Posts are not included with product. Prowler owl measures 23” head to toe with a 6” diameter head and a 44” (nearly 4ft) wingspan.

Product Features

  • Intimidating predator decoy
  • Parts that move in the wind improve dynamic realism
  • Forces away unwanted birds and other small pests
  • Eliminates cleanup and repair associated with pest infestation
  • Effective coverage for outdoor areas up to 6,000 sq. ft.

Comments

Adam Wallenta says:

Horrible Product. Complete Waste of Money! I wish I could give it an even lower rating than one but I can’t. I made my purchase based on some good reviews but now I am convinced those were all written by the company that produces the item. 

Emery says:

Doesn’t last It works “okay” against birds. I believe it did reduce the number. However, the wind just whipped this guy apart. All that is left, after one season, is the head. It’s not very scary without its wings. Don’t want to have to buy a new one of these every year!

David M. Reynolds says:

Not scary Owl was hung in the breeze. Birds landed right under it. One bird even landed on the Owl’s head. In southern Arizona, this Owl did not work and was returned.

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