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How to scare birds off fruit trees

I have a couple of fruit trees on my property and have been trying to scare off birds for the last few years. I have tried using scarecrows, scarecrows on trains, and various kinds of scare tactics. The birds just seem scared enough that they will get off my property but it doesn't seem to be effective enough. I have gone so far as to try hanging out a scarecrow in a chicken coop with no luck. Any ideas?

I have a couple of fruit trees on my property and have been trying to scare off birds for the last few years. I have tried using scarecrows, scarecrows on trains, and various kinds of scare tactics. The birds just seem scared enough that they will get off my property but it doesn't seem to be effective enough. I have gone so far as to try hanging out a scarecrow in a chicken coop with no luck. Any ideas?

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The best solution to this is for you to get a bird net and put it over their territory.

If you put it over the whole tree it should be fine, but you could just get a piece that you can fit over the top of the branch where the fruit is hanging.

If you ever see a bird with a broken wing (if you think it is a hawk) just take it home, and treat it the same as a dog.

The best solution? Let me think, ok, I could ask my brother or his friends, they have lots of big bird nets and have had the same problem too.

The second best? A bird net from a hardware store, those are cheap.

The third best? No idea.

The fourth best solution? I can't think of anything...

The fifth best solution? A gun!

The sixth best solution? A gun.

The seventh best solution? A gun.

The eighth best solution to this problem? A gun.

The ninth best solution to this problem? A gun.

The tenth best solution to this problem? A gun.

Now I gotta make sure I don't go too high, or the first bird that starts eating my tree will get shot in the head.

The best solution? Let me think, ok, I could ask my brother or his friends, they have lots of big bird nets and have had the same problem too.

The second best? A bird net from a hardware store, those are cheap.

The third best? No idea.

The fourth best solution? I can't think of anything...

The fifth best solution? A gun!

The sixth best solution? A gun.

The seventh best solution? A gun.

The eighth best solution to this problem? A gun.

The ninth best solution to this problem? A gun.

The tenth best solution to this problem? A gun.

Now I gotta make sure I don't go too high, or the first bird that starts eating my tree will get shot in the head.

How do I get rid of them?

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You probably need to do a little research to find out what it is you are trying to get rid of. I'm not sure how much help this will be, depending on what it is that you want to get rid of.

They do have their uses, and it is not a simple problem.

You could search for the specific type of bird you are trying to get rid of.

I do not recommend hunting wildlife. It is illegal and against the law.

You could get your local Fish and Game office and get the regulations for killing birds.

You could get professional advice.

I can't think of anything else.

Solutions?

Solutions?

Biologically speaking, how do you remove a predator in a biological setting?

You could nuke it.

You could fumigate it.

You could poison it.

You could poison the water.

You could poison the food.

You could capture the prey and release it somewhere else.

You could trap the prey and release it somewhere else.

You could kill it.

You could move it somewhere else.

You could relocate it somewhere else.

You could destroy nests.

You could destroy eggs.

You could destroy nests.

You could destroy eggs.

You could cover the seeds in a substance that will cause them to be unpalatable.

You could cover the seeds in a substance that will cause them to be unpalatable.

You could artificially control the weather.

You could alter the habitat.

You could create a different habitat.

You could stop changing the habitat so the predator can no longer make use


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