click on pix to see eagle
eagle kites by Jackite fly
menacingly from pole to repel wild turkeys around landscaping,
crops or buildings. $64.95
of the ScareWindmill and the eagle Jackite get the best results.
Windmill seen as birds flying away in fright and kite represents
- 3-D design and 4 color
graphics depict every feather of an eagle.
- Emulates the flight of
a real eagle. Wings actually flap as it flies.
- Proven effective for repelling
wild turkeys, Canada geese, and ducks around pools, corporate
landscapes, apartment buildings, and field crops.
- Waterproof and tear resistant.
- Made with lightweight
Tyvek with tensile strength greater than steel.
- Can withstand winds up
to 35 mph. Heavy duty steel linerig available for winds up to
50 mph ($4 extra).
- Eagle kite has 5 ft. wingspan.
7 foot lead included.
- 20 ft telescoping fiberglass
pole $29.00 extra. In windy areas with winds over 35 mph we recommend
the heavy duty 17ft platinum pole: $29
- 30 day unconditional money
- Eagle Jackite
demo (long download)
Arm for fiberglass pole...$3.95 Keeps line from wrapping around
| Fiberglass poie Arm for
fiberglass pole...$3.95 Keeps line from wrapping around
|| Ground mount:$14.95 Deck mount: $9.00 Wall mount:
windmills have worked great on the turkeys. I haven't had to
use the sound system yet and hope I don't have to. Thank you,"
Bill Bostwick, Lily, WI
did such a good job scaring away vultures from our feed mill,
we recommended them to our other feed mills. Cal Maine Foods -Bethune, SC
Many grape growers
in New York State and California experience severe damage from
wild turkeys...as much as 30% loss. The way to tell if the culprits
are wild turkeys verses, say raccoons, is that turkeys forage
during he day, clean the stems so that there won't be any grape
skins lying on the ground. Raccoons, on the other hand, eat at
night and only eat the pulp and leave a mess on the ground.
usually stay close to the woods and forage only during the day
usually on acorns and insects, However, they love fully ripened
grapes when they're about to be harvested.With the 'eagle' and
'Scare Windmill' we were pretty well covered. Kept the turkeys
and most of the birds out.
So, we ended up with quite a few grapes this year. 3/4 of a acre
and we harvested about 3 tons. So had a good year. First time
in a long time so thanx for your great products.--Rick Runyon
the eagle Jackkite and windmills worked well for Canada geese
when used together but did not find the windmills effective when
used alone. We're now going to be using them on turkeys
in eastern Montana."-- Joe Weigand
Wildlife Resource Specialist Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
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