Bird Gels, Taste Aversions, & OvoControl® P
Deter pest birds discreetly!
Bird repellent gels and liquid taste aversions are a low-profile option for grass, turf, foliage, structures, and any other surfaces where aesthetic quality needs to be maintained. These products provide a simple, cost-effective, and do-it-yourself solution for property managers.
OvoControl® P is a ready-to-use bait that interferes with the reproduction of treated birds, causing the population to decline through attrition. This effective and humane technology is especially useful for managing pigeon flocks in larger areas without having to resort to poisons and their associated risks. This product is a 100% humane solution for pigeon population control.
Gels and liquid bird repellents treat surfaces with a sticky, uncomfortable substance, making the site inhospitable to birds
Taste aversions are invisible, non-toxic, biodegradable, and harmless to plants, pets, and humans
Removal is simple and easier with the Safety Solvent
How bird gels and taste aversions work:
Taste aversions provide a scent/sensory barrier, keeping structures, turf, plants, & crops off-limits to the pest birds. Taste aversions quickly make up for their cost, with high effectiveness wherever they are used. As a silent bird control alternative, taste aversions are both effective & safe in high-risk environments without the use of electricity.
Use bird repellent gels & taste aversions here:
- Eaves & Walls (prevent woodpecker headaches, barn swallows)
- Grass & Turf (keep geese off lawns, grounds, sports fields, & golf courses)
Pest birds choose roosting sites based on safety & food availability. Smaller birds tend to prefer high perches where they are out of predators’ reach & able to scan for food below. Treating rooftops & ledges with bird repellent gel makes those surfaces uncomfortable, uninviting, & intimidating to pest birds. Larger birds such as geese often spend time in open grassy areas, where predators are unable to hide & the nutritious grass is easily accessible as a food source. Such landscaping & turf can be treated with a taste aversion, making it inedible to birds & encouraging them to find an alternative nesting ground that is untreated.