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  • Lifelike glassy eyes that follow and frighten those pesky pests!
  • Protect your gardens, crops or vineyards. Install up high for maximum impact.
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Prowler Owl

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    Exclusive to Birds Off, The Prowler Owl decoy resembles the ultimate, most-feared aerial predator; the Great Horned Owl, which catches and eats almost anything that moves. Birds instinctlly avoid the Prowler Owl as they would avoid a real Great Horned owl.  This one should be mounted on a stick and has cloth arms that flap and move about in the breeze. (Please note pole not supplied.) Its large and life like and is the ultimate visual decoy.

    The Prowler Owl comes flat packed for shipping purposes and takes about 4 minutes to assemble and get ready. The sock or main part of the body is deep and allows the decoy to flutter in the breeze and rotate with the wind. 

    Mount on a post, ariel or stick up high to catch the wind and make the wings flap around and move. Makes it extra real.

    Features

    • Life-Sized: 4 ft wingspan
    • Intimidating, glassy eyes "follow" pests:
    • Accurate markings of Great Horned Owl 
    • Mountable: Installs anywhere 
    • Long-Range Effectiveness: If birds can see it, they will avoid it 
    • Patented Technology: Unique airfoil technology 
    • Dynamic Movement: Always 'moving' in the windpests
    • Good for gardens, ponds, roofs, garage entrances, pontoons and jetties, boats of all types.


    HAPPY CUSTOMERS.

      I've tried numerous things to get rid of pigeons in the past. I bought the Prowler Owl to control stubborn pigeons in and around a canopy. At first, I felt silly carrying the owl around and hid it behind my back until I got close enough to the birds. At that point, I pulled it from behind my back and the birds panicked! They flew away from under the canopy immediately as the owl moved in the wind. Ever since we posted the owl in our facility we haven't had birds near it for several days.
    –M. Tucker, a Property Manager of West Mall -

      Control is an ongoing problem inside and out. Our pigeon problem was a constant headache. Trapping was long, tedious and expensive. Shooting or poisoning was prohibited. Results with the Prowler Owl were immediate and we no longer have a serious problem with birds. We have purchased two more and they will protect our other buildings. I would like to thank you for a very economical solution for an expensive problem.

    All Birds Off products have been trialled and tested and do not harm birds. Products are not sold on a trial and return basis. Pls make your choice of bird deterrent carefully since there are many variables in consideration of bird control: environment; character and motivation of species; breeding or roosting cycle; hunger or tameness of the birds. Consider your overall strategy when preparing your deterrents. Sometimes , one or more products might be needed to increase bird control success rates. For more information or advice call 1300 BIRDSOFF or purchase our 64 page manual on SCARING BIRDS sold on this website.

     

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    1. Working a treat!  star rating

      Posted by Dan on 11th Feb 2016

      Put a prowler owl in our machinery shed to deter swallows. So far have not seen one swallow in the shed which is quite large (18m x 18m). Very happy with the results so far and I the only reason I didn't go 5 stars is due to only having the owl for a few weeks. I`ll reserve my last star for 1-2 years down the track. Very happy at this stage however.

    2. Burtie  star rating

      Posted by Sally Gordon- Lake Macquarie , NSW on 5th Jun 2012

      We call our pet Burtie. We don't need to feed him and he does a great job at keeping our not so friendly birds away. The wing span is impressive and he flaps and turns in the breeze. We have him on our marina dock and have sent you a photo of him in our new home! So far, he has been flying for 8 months with out a break. Poor him!!

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