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Bird - X Programmable Woodpecker RepellerKeep woodpeckers from ruining your home or trees and infesting your yard with the Bird-X Programmable Woodpecker Repeller. This unit helps prevent woodpeckers from entering your yard by creating what appears to be a dangerous area. The unit emits distress calls from flickers, downy woodpeckers, and other birds, followed by calls from four different birds of prey. This indicates to woodpeckers that the area is dangerous. The eight different calls can be programmed to sound at random intervals, different volumes, and random or sequential order. Use the five different time buttons to program the break time between calls. The sounds can be emitted anywhere from seventeen seconds to thirty minutes apart, depending on how the unit is programmed. Setting the item to sound at random intervals often works best, as woodpeckers will not become accustomed to sound patterns in this manner. The single speaker has an effective range of approximately one acre. Wall mount the small plastic box with the included bracket, and ensure that it is protected from rain and snow. Use the included AC adapter to plug it into a standard outlet, and adjust the volume as needed. Prevent woodpeckers from roosting in your yard using the Programmable Woodpecker Repeller. Made in USA. Six month guarantee.
Dimensions: 8.25"L x 5.625"W x 4"D
Power: AC adapter (included)
Mounting: wall mount
Mfg. Warranty: 6 month warranty
Item Number: BIX-BXP-PRO-WP
Availability: 1 in Stock. Ships from OH within 24 business hours
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Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
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