Bird Deterrent Systems

Wild Goose Chase uses a varied of bird control deterrent products that effectively deter pest birds from loafing, perching, nesting and roosting in and around properties. The methods we use are site specific and we base our recommendations on a variety of observations and facts, including but not limited to bird biology, geographic location, food sources, and building structures. 


  • Shock Track 

Used as a deterrent method to prevent perching and loafing on ledges and other surfaces. This system produces a harmless but noticeable electric pulse that deters nuisance birds from those areas. All surfaces are cleaned and prepped prior to installation. Electric track is adhered using a specific glue bond.

  • Handheld Lasers 

Specially designed lasers are used at pre-dawn or dusk to invoke a fright response. When properly used they provide a safe and humane method for scaring nuisance birds from a property without causing any harm to the animal or the environment. CAUTION: This bird control technique requires special training and certification in several areas due the potential harm to vehicle, human and air traffic! All Wild Goose Chase Handlers have been properly trained in the use of this device.

The Agrilaser Autonomic is a fully automated bird repelling system, providing continuous bird deterrence with the use of a specialized laser keeping birds away 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


  • Bird Spikes 

The term "bird spikes" sounds harsh and harmful but this is a humane and highly effective bird deterrent. The product is made of pre-formed spike strips that have wires attached to a base which can be glued or screwed in place. The strips are designed so that they do not collect debris and are virtually invisible from normal viewing distances. They can be installed on nearly any architectural configuration. Birds that normally roost, land or nest on the area where the bird spikes are installed will not be harmed, because as birds approach the area they see there is no solid place to land and do not actually come in contact with the spike.

  • Bird Wire

Birdwire is a spring-tensioned wire system designed to create an unstable landing area that is widely used throughout the U.S. because it is very low-profile. This is an excellent and effective solution for bird control when it is critical not to detract from the visual appearance of a building or structure. Bird wire is especially designed for larger birds like seagulls, pigeons and crows when they are not present in large numbers. The posts and spring-tension bird wire is permanently installed and is very effective if correctly implemented for the proper application. It also carries GSA approval for historic buildings.

  • Eagle Eye™

An optical bird deterrent that harmlessly deters birds from unwanted areas making use of light beams. The reflective pyramid rotates via an electric motor sending the beams around in a menacing pattern. The light spectrum reflected back from the Eagle Eye disorientates birds in flight by limiting their vision significantly. This causes the bird to deviate in flight and fly in another direction.

  • Grid System 

Grid Systems are an effective bird deterrent used to protect flat rooftops and large open spaces from gulls and other soaring birds. By suspending a series of lines above the surface area in the form of a grid, an uncomfortable landing zone for soaring birds is created, which teaches them to find new areas to roost and nest. Grids sections are custom designed based on the type of desired species to control and roof area.

  • Wire Spiders 

Thin, stainless steel rods rotate in the breeze and wave menacingly, interfering with birds as they attempt to land deterring gulls, pigeons, and other large birds, from landing in open spaces such as flat roofs or air conditioning units, as well as on street lights and other hard-to-protect areas. It is inconspicuous from short distances and practically invisible from 50 feet or more. Its unobtrusive design allows for use in even high visibility areas like shopping/walking promenades and parking lots.