What do you got for vultures? These birds are disgusting. They land on my roof and make a mess. I know they’re protected so I can’t shoot them but I’m getting tired of throwing rocks at them. I’ve tried some type of scare balloon which didn’t work at all. Also an inflatable snake. They do seem to be afraid of people but I’m not home enough to keep them away all the time any suggestions,?
VULTURES CAN BE A BIG PROBLEM
Vultures are an important bird considering all they do. But when they start roosting on or adjacent to our homes and other man-made structures, they usually cause conflict. Most notable is their vomit and their droppings. Vultures naturally vomit most everything they consume which is highly corrosive. And their droppings are generally more repulsive, larger and messier compared to other birds. As a protected species, vultures are afforded a unique shield which prevents direct action from property owners. Fortunately there are some low impact repellents and strategies you can be effectively employ.
BEST VULTURE REPELLENTS
Vultures can be repelled around the home using a mechanical devices which will frighten them from the area. For use on the average roof top, we have a few “scare” type products which seem to bother them enough to make them move away.
The first is our BIRD FLASHER. Once installed, these will constantly be moving and are both hypnotizing and annoying to roosting vultures. They come with a mounting rod and screw so you can set them up on the home, a tree, a post and more.
Plan on using them where the birds are active and remember, they rely on line of sight. This means the vultures must see them to be repelled.
SOUND REPELLER EFFECTIVE FOR VULTURES
If the vultures are using a large area of the roof or if they’re roosting in trees adjacent to your home, install our ULTRA SOUND AUDIBLE ALARM where they’re active. These devices sends out a stressful range of ultra sounds vultures do not like. They can also send out an audible sound (you control the volume) as well as flash a strong LED light bar. Activated by a motion sensor, these units can protect up to several thousand square feet and will keep vultures away.
Sound Repellers are ideally suited for large open roof tops, power lines and open trees used for perching birds. They will send an ultra sound wave effective up to 75 feet away and their coverage can be up to 5,000 sq/ft.
On the roof, you’ll want to position them in corners facing out over the area you want to protect.
For trees and property borders, mount them on poles point up toward the place where they congregate. Our MOUNTING BLOCKS are well suited for the task allowing for easy installations pointing up anywhere you can place a 1/2″ stake.
Each unit comes with a power supply and remote control wireless “key” so you can disarm the unit as needed or activate it if animals are close by but not close enough to set it off.
These come with a wide range of settings but for vultures, you can set them to be active 24 hours a day and to set off when motion is detected. This means if birds come within 30 feet of the unit on the front side, they’ll be detected so the unit will sound for 20 seconds. Be sure to set the sensitivity to 30 and the audible sound to 60-80. The frequency setting should be right in the middle.
Craig Matteson says
I get up to 30 turkey vultures on my roof. If I care to go outside and yell I can chase them away. But their moving around my roof wakes me up and leaves crap and feathers. I have photos. Help! They are up high.
Tech Support says
Install 2-3 of our sound repellers detailed above. They’re easy to use and super effective. Be sure to set the Audible sound up to 60-80 and power them with batteries. After 1-2 encounters, they’ll stay away for sure.