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About Eagle Eye & Flash Flag | Installation | Video: Placement in an Agricultural Setting | Video: Placement on a Building

How Eagle Eye & Flash Flag Work
The Eagle Eye is an optical bird scarer that harmlessly deters birds from unwanted areas by making use of light beams reflected from direct sunlight. The reflective pyramid rotates sending the beams around in a menacing pattern. The light spectrum reflected back by the Eagle Eye and Flash Flag disorient birds in flight by limiting their vision significantly. This causes the bird to deviate in flight and fly to another destination.

Eagle Eye & Flash Flag Integrated System
The system has evolved from the original "motorized" Eagle Eyes to a family that now includes the "wind-powered" Eagle Eyes and the Flash Flags that flash based on air movement. This system allows for more complete coverage at lower cost. Our technical team can help position the family of products directly on satellite photos.

See an example site diagram


Eagle Eye

Product Overview

Where to use Eagle Eye:
Open, exposed areas where bid populations cannot be controlled with mechanical means; parking lots, roof-tops, warehouse doors, building facades, agricultural settings.
Target Bird: All species.
Bird Pressure: Light - Medium
Material: Durable ABS Plastic, aluminum and galvanized steel.
Installation of Eagle Eye: Installation is simple, the important steps is determining the best placement for the device.

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One Eagle Eye protects these tanks from infestation. Birds no longer fly in this open warehouse door thanks to the Eagle Eye positioned outside. Multiple units on this apartment building cleared birds from the roof and balcony.

How Eagle Eye Works
The Eagle Eye is an optical bird scarer that harmlessly deters birds from unwanted areas by making use of light beams reflected from direct sunlight or artificial light. The reflective pyramid rotates via an electric motor, sending the beams around in a menacing pattern. The light spectrum reflected back by the Eagle Eye disorients birds in flight by limiting their vision significantly. This causes the bird to deviate in flight and fly to another destination.

Powering the Eagle Eye Unit
The system works off 12-volt electricity from a battery or from a converter plugged into an 110VAC outlet. It can also be powered directly from a Solar Panel making it adaptable for different locations. 12-volt batteries that are charged by solar collectors can run the unit during the night. A wide variety of brackets and lights are available to mount to any surface.
Coverage
The Eagle Eye reflects sunlight back in the direction of the sun, leaving an unprotected area behind the unit (see diagram). This changes during the day as the sun moves from East to West. Buildings, trees and other obstacles can create shadows as well. To overcome this, multiple units may be used. Additionally, halogen lamps may need to be mounted above the unit to mimic sunlight.

What to Expect from Eagle Eye
The Eagle-Eye can be expected to deter a high-percentage of resident birds (fewer if the pressure is heavy); in these cases it should be reinforced with population dispersal, site cleanup, mechanical deterrents and/or fogging. The units may require cleaning and other service so a maintenance contract should be contemplated. Some reflections could irritate people in nearby buildings, deflectors can be installed to reduce the issue.

Provide Bird Barrier with the following and we can assist you with your site plan; diagram of building(s) including height, position of sun, direction of North, normal weather description.

Eagle Eye & Flash Flag - EAGLE EYE

EAGLE EYE All Eagle Eye models
Eagle Eye Shine
Eagle Eye Shine
$6.45
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