How to Get Rid of Peacocks
If you have small to medium-sized outdoor space, the most effective solutions are to place Bird Netting over gardens and patios to block access. Food sources are extremely attractive to these stubborn birds, who will keep the birds coming back for more, so blocking off vegetable and fruit trees is important.
If peacocks are landing on building ledges or poles, our 8″ Extra Tall Bird Spikes will prevent them from landing, and Avishock Bird Shock Track also works extremely well. Regular methods are often not strong enough to deter these stubborn pests, but even these methods are completely humane.
If you have large crops or gardens, consider using a taste deterrent such as Bird Stop to make the food source less appetizing to them.
In all cases, visual deterrents that mimic large, natural predators such as Terror Eyes can help improve success rates, but should not be relied upon alone with peacocks.
If you have a large area to treat, you may consider the BroadBand PRO (combines sonic and ultrasonic technology) or the Critter Blaster PRO (uses sonic technology); one unit of either will cover up to 6 acres. These units are both rather loud and can overwhelm smaller gardens, so should only be used on larger properties, away from the earshot of neighbors.