How to use laser strategy for Bird scaring?

Laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) techniques are commonly implemented in various fields.  Not surprisingly, the conventional methods of setting up of bird scarers, bird netting, bird repellents and bird control spikes are being replaced by laser strategies. It is also much more efficient than other avian dispersal tools such as shotguns or propane controller. A laser is used in a programmed way, have proven to change behavior in certain bird species and also is environmentally friendly as there are no emissions associated with it. This technology which is also known as Bird X Laser or Agri-Laser is species specific. I.e. a certain type of agri-laser can draw away only a certain species of pest birds. For example, a laser gun called “Avian Dissuader” cleared the roosting crows within a span of 20 meters in an hour.


Bird X-Laser Technology

Bird X Laser implements laser technology at random intervals in various color combinations (usually red and green) that birds dislike, forcing them to leave from that particular place and find more peaceful regions. Agri-Laser is a silent portable device which uses latest patented optical technology which repels birds over a very long distance (approximately 20 meters). The interesting idea behind this technique is that birds perceive this laser beams as some sort of approaching physical danger and thus avoid it. Unlike the conventional method of bird deterrence, there will be no habituation effect, thereby not affecting the ecosystem and its balance.


Disadvantages of  bird control laser strategy

Even though Bird X-laser is effective in deterring the pest birds away, it is not recommended that ordinary customers use it to scatter away from the unwanted birds. The right type of laser with a wide (widening/enlarging the beam makes the beam bright but safe) but low powered beam (class 2 laser beams are usually safer as it does not damage human eye if accidentally exposed to it (less than 1\4th of a second)) is not easily available.



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