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Dalen Owl - Ow-6 (Painted)
18" tall, heavy duty plastic. This amazingly life-like owl is designed to last for years. Can be used in permanent applications. Protects gardens, fruit trees and berries from birds, rabbits, and rodents.
Life-like Great Horned Owl helps protect gardens, fruit, and vegetables from birds and other pests
Great for the garden, patio, or porch
Made of sturdy, molded plastic and hand-painted for maximum realism and effectiveness
Hand painted in the USA
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125 of 132 found the following review helpful:
No more poop explosions!!!Mar 17, 2011
I bought an owl just like this at Lowes because EVERY DAY my new car was getting crapped on. And not just once.. like the entire car was getting crapped on. I had my husband put it on top of the pole next to our house and the birds are staying at least two houses away. So now someone else can get their car pooped on.
63 of 66 found the following review helpful:
Woodpecker deterantNov 23, 2008
By Delores Wood
So far the woodpeckers have stopped putting holes in the corners of my
house! I hope they keep up the good work!
50 of 55 found the following review helpful:
Great OwlNov 18, 2007
By Ernie J. Meier
The owl arrived exactly as described. I used it to rid my workshop of birds trying to nest inside. It could have hung from the rafter but I chose to weight it with sand and set it on the attic flooring. The birds are gone.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Owl is as advertisedFeb 03, 2014
By Ronald M. Wiestling
The owl is as advertised and is sitting on the fence post keeping the ground squirrels out of the back yard.
14 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Daily Battles With the Vast Hordes of Ravenous Sciurus CarolinensisDec 29, 2014
I bought 2 of these fine faux strigiformic specimens with the hopes of scaring off the vast hordes of Eastern Grey Squirrels that are slowly but surely consuming my house. I'm not sure what genetic mutations have occurred in our local sciuridae population that have created the gustatory desire for Hardiplank, but be that as it may, the reality exists that said sciurus from miles around have taken it upon themselves to daily feast upon the endless banquet which our house presents. Upon installing these vigilant winged watchmen in our front and back yards respectively, I noticed precisely no change to the daily deluge of rodent diners to our rooftop dining terrace. Therefore I tasked our offspring with the mission, upon spotting an unwelcome animal visitor, of immediately racing outside, grabbing the sterile strigidae by its flightless wings and launching themselves at the furry intruder while screeching at the top of their lungs. While this has proven 100% effective at repelling the bushy brigands, it is an intensely manual process. A curious sociological byproduct has been a standoffishness from our neighbors following a bout of these defensive maneuvers. While the squirrels continue to attempt their daily gustatory raids, our neighbors have been giving us a wide berth.
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