Predator Deterrent Lights Trigger Wild Animals’ Deepest Fears
What makes Predator Guard deterrent lights unique is that they employ neophobia, a nocturnal animal’s instinctive fear of new or unusual things in their natural environment. In nature, various species use this fear to protect themselves. Several species of insects and fish have one or more large eyespots on their bodies. These large, dark circles resemble the eyes of a...
Natural Animal Repellents – Do They Work?
Do Natural Animal Repellents Work?
Many of us have been told by reputable sources that natural and homemade animal repellents work better than any commercial products you can buy at a store. Natural animal repellents are either taste-based or scent-based and can be made or enhanced with products you probably have in your kitchen cupboard.
There are basically two reasons people want to t...
Predator Guard Saves Snow Leopards in Mongolia
In the misty mountain ranges of Mongolia, Predator Guard is helping local herder families preserve the integrity of their environment as well as their own quality of life. With the implementation of solar powered electronic deterrent devices, provided by Predator Guard and the Snow Leopard Conservancy, herder families are saving their livestock while simultaneously saving snow leopards.
Predator Guard Review for Backyard Chickens
Scott from the popular Facebook group Backyard Chickens just posted a YouTube video to demonstrate how he set up his Predator Guard deterrent lights to protect his chicken coop from Fox and Raccoon.
Thanks Scott - we look forward to your 2nd installment!
You can also watch the video here on you tube:
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