Posts Tagged ‘birds on boat’

Great Review of Bird-B-Gone Products in Yachtsman Magazine

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Bird-B-Gone products were mentioned in the August “About the Bay” Section in Yachtsman Magazine. To learn more about keeping birds off boats, visit http://www.birdbgone.com

From Yachtsman Magazine:

About The Bay – August 2011

My friend Rich Evans, who keeps his Skookum 57, Sheba Star, over in Brisbane Marina, says he is having terrific luck with a product called Bird-B-Gone. Rich lives out of state and was having a terrible problem with pigeons perching in the rigging and pooping all over his decks until he found this great device. Rich claims that Bird-B-Gone has rendered the pigeon problem nil. He says that several of his marina neighbors have purchased the product and all are more than satisfied with the results. Rich is thinking of selling Sheba and purchasing a new Nordhavn 86. His slip in Brisbane is 88 feet long and he wants to get his money’s worth. For more information on the bird thing, visit www.birdbgone.com or call 800/392-6915.

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Ask This Old House Reviews The Bird Spider

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Ask This Old House – sister show of the T.V. classic This Old House Recently reviewed our Bird Spider on a What is It? segment of the show. What is it? is a part of the show when viewers can send in unusual looking products to see if the team of hosts can figure out what it is or does:

“Ask This Old House is seeking unusual-looking objects. Got a strange tool or product related to home improvement? Now is your chance to stump the guys!”

The hosts at Ask This Old House have a little fun with our admitedly unusual looking product, starting with guesses on what it actually is used for, and then go into an explanation.

The Bird Spider is a visual bird deterrent that uses motion to keep large pest birds such as pigeons, seagulls, crows and cormorants off of boats, docks, pilings, air conditioning units, chimney caps, patio furniture, pool areas, light fixtures and more.  We were very pleased that Ask This Old House chose the Bird Spider for review, and even happier that a customer out there sent it in. Thank You!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMI4n1leqCk

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