Facts About Pest Sparrows
They are typically found near human habituation, including city centers, parks, gardens, farms and fields.
House sparrows feed mainly on seeds, but will also eat other vegetable matter and insects.
HOW TO DETER SPARROWS
Sparrows nest in spring and summer, choosing buildings, holes and bushes to nest in. There are many humane, effective methods and products for deterring sparrows.
Block sparrows from entering eaves or other open areas with bird netting. Treat ledges and rafters with Transparent Bird Gel to prevent them from landing. Transparent Bird Gel is low profile and will last up to 6 months outdoors. Bird Slope can be installed under eaves or other areas to prevent them from nesting or roosting.
REMOVE ANY FOOD SOURCE
Sparrows may be attracted to your garden, lawn area or song bird feeders as a food source.
Visual deterrents with reflective surfaces can be hung in open spaces to scare birds by creating a visual distraction zone.
Hawks are a natural predator. Use the Hawk Decoy in gardens, patios, balconies and other open spaces to scare away.
Sound deterrents alert sparrows of nearby danger by broadcasting predator and sparrow distress calls making them want to flee the area.