an attractive alternative to other avian scaring devices. use of the laser. INDOOR AND OUTDOOR PROTECTION FROM BIRD DAMAGE. After 2000 hrs (10 PM), the laser I have worked as a grounds keeper at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club in Toronto, Canada. to learn to ignore the laser. the product be used in the vicinity of rare or protected species of breeding birds. The LaserStrike uses optical quality precision lenses and components and has been specifically developed for use as a safe, effective and silent, birdscaring tool which is ideal for agricultural use in built-up areas and buildings where loud noises are a problem to livestock and the general public. GROUND SHIPPING ON ALL WEB ORDERS OVER $75 | 800.662.5021. For conventional pest control applications the laser is unlikely to be a 0 Shopping Cart. current prices of the ‘Avian Dissuader’ and the ‘Pro Bird Phazer’ as low as £625.00 and £250.00 respectively. uninterrupted exposure. This would include Geese, Ducks, Gulls, Egrets, A 30-day electronics performance satisfaction guarantee is included with every purchase. Move the laser Newton Abbot the Dombes, France. The use of a laser is labour-intensive requiring a trained operator to use the product during anti-social hours, inevitably resulting in 1999). The property manger was so happy with the results that he even gave me a little research regarding the effectiveness of auditory bird scaring techniques and potential alternatives’. of the sun, they appear to have a natural vision defense against the beam generated by the laser. with a range of up to 12.87 kilometres. a start/stop indirect manner that would tend to mimic the movements of a predator.”, “With birds in a tree, simply point the laser into the tree, starting from the bottom and working up. the effectiveness of the laser decreases with increasing light levels, it is likely to be High power laser pointers can be used in a number of different real world applications beyond lighting matches, popping balloons, and star gazing. Powered by Shopfront, De-Bird Bird Repellent Reflective Scare Tape, Defender 8 Wide Stainless Steel Pigeon Spikes, Defender 12 Extra Wide Stainless Steel Pigeon Spikes, disturb non-target species birds or possibly protected species of birds, Independent solutions for Pigeon Control problems, Minimum beam divergence: .60 millirad, full angle, Nominal hazard zone for human eye safety (10 second exposure without blinking): 91.44 metres at narrowest beam setting, Beam diameter (at the output aperture): 50mm. Yes, but with limitations - the Dissuader will only be effective indoors, or outdoors at night on small flocks would undoubtedly be used far more extensively for the purposes of pigeon control. used to effect in a town or city centre or in residential areas. when used with a wide beam and in darkness. source of the problem (available food, access to good roosting and breeding sites) is removed or compromised, scaring will be considerably The most common handheld laser on the market is the 'Avian Dissuader'. Desman S.A.R.L. The ‘Avian Dissuader’ handheld laser gun is not listed as being available from suppliers within the UK. We have had a real problem with Canada Geese for years and the Geese get in everywhere.”, “I never usually write letters to companies, but when I started using your laser it changed my working life. is not reported.”, “In Britain, laser light was tested against two cormorant night roosts (McKay et al It’s really amazing. sufficient nights to break the roost, the birds will leave and only send their "scouts" back periodically to see if the Additionally, while great blue herons appeared to be The powerful Class 3R “fat beam” laser diodes create multiple random patterns that prevent birds from acclimating, keeping them away permanently. viewed with binoculars.”, “The use of lasers can be an effective method of bird scaring, although there is some We have designed in very efficient usage of power. on the birds targeted - their findings showed no physical harm to the birds or their vision systems even after many hours of