Bird-X, Inc.

April 16, 2007
Multi-functional bird repeller said to be more versatile, effective

The company's BroadBand Pro targets pest birds with an unrelenting combination of four different sound types, that include:

  1. distress cries to indicate danger to pigeons, starlings, gulls and more;
  2. predator cries, like falcons and hawks, to add realism;
  3. general harassments for an all-bird defense; and
  4. ultrasonic waves to guard day and night.

Its development is based on forty years of success with sonic repellers that featured one of the four types, but this is the first machine to combine them all. The company says the technology eliminates the need to use multiple machines while providing sound variety.

BroadBand Pro sound waves move from speaker to speaker for a constant, menacing defense. The sound forces birds to leave for good, yet it’s harmless to the birds and the environment. “Surround sound” directional speakers are separate from the control box to offer greatest all-around flexibility.

The company says the product is Ideal for rooftops, parking lots, signs, towers, power stations or poles, stadiums, manufacturing or waste facilities, barns – virtually anywhere birds congregate.  Since these areas, which often feature high vantage points, are particularly attractive to birds, each BroadBand Pro unit includes three visual scares to frighten the birds in a multi-sensory assault:  Irri-Tape iridescent holographic ribbon, Terror Eyes holographic eye repeller and Prowler Owl realistic aerofoil-wing predator.

One unit covers up to 10,000 square feet. The unit is 110-V AC and arrives ready-to-use with control box, four speakers with 100-foot cords, adaptor with cord and complete instructions and is available immediately for $750. Distributors are welcome.