Absolute Bird Control is the world's leading online retailer of humane bird deterrents for residential and small business. We carry an extensive line of bird control products to help keep birds from landing or nesting in unwanted areas.
Click on the product category below to find out more information on those products, how they work and which birds and situations they are effective for.
|Bird Spikes are physical bird deterrents used to humanely block large birds from landing. Bird Spikes are not designed to harm birds. They simply create an uneven surface that birds cannot land on.
Bird Spikes are designed for large birds such as pigeons, crows, and gulls and are ideal for preventing birds from landing on window sills, roof lines, ledges, fences, under eaves and other areas.
Our spikes carry industry leading guarantees and are made in the USA. The spikes are available in stainless steel or plastic and can be glued, screwed, or tied down to most surfaces.
|Bird Sound Deterrents||Sound bird deterrents use birds’ instincts to scare them away from large open spaces. Recorded bird-distress calls are broadcasted along with predator bird calls; when birds hear these sounds, their natural instinct is to flee the area.
Birds hear sounds in the same range as humans. This makes sound producing Super Sonics the only effective choice for electronic sound deterrents. Ultrasonics have proven to be ineffective.
|Bird Exclusion Netting||Bird Netting is used to block birds from unwanted areas such as gardens, eaves, canopies, and more. The netting acts as a physical barrier to humanely prevent birds from reaching the desired location.
Bird Netting is also the most effective way to prevent birds from nesting. Nesting birds can be quite territorial and are known to relentlessly protect and return to an established nesting site. Bird Netting simply eliminates the area.
|Physical Bird Deterrents||Physical bird deterrents are used to prevent birds from landing in concentrated areas. The deterrents are humane and effective ways to either block or scare birds from landing.
Our physical bird deterrents range from wind and solar powered devices to bird slopes and motion activated sprinklers.
Each product is designed to change the environment the bird is trying to land or nest in. The goal of the deterrent is to make it undesirable and inhospitable. Our physical bird deterrents are designed for a variety of different settings.
|Visual Bird Deterrents||Visual bird deterrents are used to frighten birds from treated areas with common scare triggers such as predator features or reflective surfaces. The birds see the bird deterrent and flee the area. Visual bird deterrents are ideal to use in outdoor areas such as gardens, fruit trees, around pools, on patios and other areas birds like to hang out.
Visual bird deterrents are commonly used in backyard and outdoor settings and are most effective when installed shortly after a “bird problem” is noticed.
Where applicable, visual bird deterrents are an economic, low cost solution for many common outdoor pest bird problems.
|Liquid Bird Repellents||Liquid bird repellents are used in two ways:
There are taste-aversion bird repellents such as Avian Control and Migrate which prevent birds from grazing in unwanted areas. These products use natural extracts that, when sprayed on grass, make the grass inedible to birds.
Then there are physical bird repellents like the Transparent Bird Gel, which is used to create a sticky surface that birds will want to avoid landing on. Transparent Bird Gel is meant for horizontal surfaces only and designed for pigeons and starlings.
|Humane Live Traps||Humane Live Traps are designed to humanely capture birds for relocation and are designed for common pest birds such as pigeons and sparrows.
Our bird “motels” are made of a sturdy galvanized wire built for outdoor or indoor use. Each trap has two one-way doors in which a bird can walk in, but not out of. The trap features an easy access door for removing and releasing the birds.
The Live traps offered can be used to reduce a bird population at an affected area by relocating them to a new location. Traps should be checked on a daily basis to ensure the well being of captured birds.