Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Scare-Eye Balloons


  Simple, Highly Effective Bird Repellent
  Reduce Time & Energy Spent on Cleanup
  Reflective Mylar Eyes and Tails included 


Keep birds away with these simple vinyl ball visual deterrents that move with the wind & intimidate pest birds within visible range.

  • Includes three balloons – one white, one yellow, one black
  • Easy to use, cost-effective solution – hang the balloons anywhere
  • Balloons move in the wind for fear of movement

Scare Eye® balloons are useful in many applications – homes, gardens, barns, trees, garages, marinas, doorways, & many more.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 10 x 7 x 6 in


  • Predator decoy; 3D balloons
  • Three balloons included: one (1) white, one (1) black, and one (1) yellow
  • Includes mylar eyes, mylar tails, and strings for each balloon
  • Weatherproof, vinyl, inflatable balloon
  • Design exaggerates the glaring stare and gaping mouth of natural predators
  • Wind causes the Scare-Eye Balloons to move in the wind, increasing efficacy
  • Easy installation

WARNING: This product contains DEHP, a phthalate chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.


Target pests include: pigeons, sparrows, starlings, woodpeckers, swallows, crows, blackbirds, grackles, and waterbirds such as geese, ducks and seagulls.

Effective where visible, up to 6,000 sq. ft. (per balloon).

Recommended as a low-budget solution for open outdoor areas, such as:

  • Homes, gardens, porches, patios
  • Small farm fields, barns, stables, orchards, vineyards
  • Loading docks, hangars, substations
  • Garages, parking lots, building rooftops
  • Outdoor restaurants
  • Marinas



  • Prevent crop loss and other property damage
  • Cut recurring cleanup and repair costs
  • Protect buildings, equipment, and vehicles from corrosive bird droppings
  • Reduce health and liability risks associated with pest bird infestation
  • Save outdoor grounds from bird damage
  • Decrease nuisance for residents, workers, customers, etc.

Add & Combine

For maximum, sustained success in your bird control efforts, a synergistic approach is recommended.  Synergy is the interaction of two or more forces producing a combined effect that is greater than the sum of their individual effects. We often recommend companion products – combining sonic repellent devices with visual scares or scent and taste aversions.  This kind of multi-sensory attack is extremely effective in deterring pest birds from an area permanently.



  • Balloon diameter: 15″ (inflated) / about 22″ (deflated)
  • Box dimensions: 10″ x 7″ x 6″
  • Shipping weight: 2 lbs
  • Includes mylar eyes, mylar tails, and strings for each balloon

Download Scare Eye Instructions. 

3 reviews for Scare-Eye Balloons

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have been fighting birds attempting to nest in my porch eaves for 4 years. Netting, pie plates, high pressure water blasts…nothing worked. I bought a package of these Scare Eye Balloons, put one up and the birds sat in the tree for a couple of hours, then left, and haven’t returned! Looks silly, but effective!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    I live in the woods and have had problems with robins for years. Besides being annoying they make a big mess by leaving little robin bombs on the windows all around my house. I’ve tried putting up curtains, posting pictures of predatory birds with no effect. Then I purchased Scare Eyes. I had to experiment with the placement of the balloons, but they did drive the robins away and kept them away as long as I rotated the colors (as instructed) every week or so. I found that they work best when hung above, not beside, the problem area. Well worth the money.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    We have a sour cherry tree in our yard. Every June, thousands of bright red cherries ripen and provide us with stock for a year’s worth of pie making. Last year, the birds ate the entire crop off the tree before we got a chance to pick them. I was heartbroken! This year, we hung these Scare Eye Balloons in the tree (along with some of the holographic tape), and I am happy to say that I harvested a huge crop of ripe red cherries this year — birds stayed away!

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