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Monthly Archives: May 2014
When I take the Robop pigeon and seagull prevention system down to charge it will the birds not take advantage and come back?
Contrary to what you might think, taking the Robop bird control system down can actually enhance the effectiveness of the nuisance bird prevention. When a Robop bird control system is visible birds can see it and they can ensure that they keep well away. If however Robop bird deterrent suddenly disappears, they know the peregrine must still be in the ...Read More »
What happens if we leave a Robop bird control system on our building and don’t bother moving or charging it?
This is the worst thing you can do and could completely ruin the effectiveness of the bird problem prevention product. If you have managed to successfully remove nuisance birds from your building using a Robop bird control system and you feel it is no longer worthwhile going up on the roof to move and charge the bird, the best thing you can ...Read More »
It ranges from 64-85db when measured next to a Robop bird prevention unit in our lab. This is not loud when heard outside at the normal distance. It is important to note that the Robop bird prevention unit voice is no louder than that of a real peregrine, which is not particularly loud. Do not confuse Robop with acoustic bird scaring devices ...Read More »
Robop bird prevention systems, generally speaking, will not work if the birds are sitting on eggs or if the nest contains young chicks. This is because birds would rather die than risk their young. For example in the UK, gulls tend to select a nesting site during February and March, build a nest in April and then vacate that when ...Read More »