Gardeneer By Dalen Natural Enemy Scarecrow Rotating Head Owl

March 26, 2016 - Comment

This patented Natural Enemy Scarecrow® provides maximum garden protection. Its realistic head bobs and turns in gentle breezes which helps to repel birds and pests. Perfect for gardens, decks, boat docks, rafters, barns, open porches, and patios. 18″ tall imposing presence. Hand painted. Product Features Gardener By Dalen Rotating-Head Owl Realistic head bobs and turns

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This patented Natural Enemy Scarecrow® provides maximum garden protection. Its realistic head bobs and turns in gentle breezes which helps to repel birds and pests. Perfect for gardens, decks, boat docks, rafters, barns, open porches, and patios. 18″ tall imposing presence. Hand painted.

Product Features

  • Gardener By Dalen Rotating-Head Owl Realistic head bobs and turns in gentle breezes
  • Helps repel birds and pests while adding charm
  • This product is made in China
  • Realistic head bobs and turns freely in the breeze which repels birds and pests
  • Hand painted for maximum realism and effectiveness
  • Usage ideas: vegetable gardens, flower gardens, decks, boat docks, rafters, barns, open porches, patios
  • Non-chemical pest control
  • 18″ tall imposing presence

Comments

Peter D. Page says:

Keeps them owl away! My experience with this bobble head owl has been so positive, that I am ordering two more today. The trick with these owls is that you HAVE TO PUT THEM AT EACH TREE! You can’t just buy one and expect to keep the birds away from the entire orchard. The birds will watch the owl and when their desire for fruit is greater than their fear of the owl, that’s when things go awry. Place an owl ON each tree or between two trees that are within a few feet of each other. Move the owls around the…

Jonathan D. Stilley says:

Works great, but you have to know how to put it together We bought this Owl because we were having issues with Grackels (which are a nasty, good for nothing bird that lives in Central Texas). They were pooping all over our deck and eating our dog’s food. When we first got it, the head didn’t seem to swivel very well and i was disappointed that it wasn’t a “bobbing head” type as advertised. After playing with it for a few days, we realized that you kind of have to force the head down onto the spindle to make it “click” in place. I was afraid that I…

Catherine Berger says:

Sturdy and Keeps the Birds Away This owl should be filled with small rocks, otherwise it could blow away. I didn’t fill it in the beginning, and it blew about 5 feet in a storm, the head came off, but I was able to put it back on. The head still whirls around when the wind hits it, and it is fine. Move it around every day or so, or the birds will get brazen and if they figure out it is fake, they will attack it. I had a lot of bird doo doo on my patio before this owl, and now my patio is clean. Good purchase! I took it…

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