to watch a green 30mWatt Avian Dissuader at work.
Our distributor in Moscow took this -
(link to you tube video)
3 years of trying we finally did it!
Avian Dissuader is now available as a
The correct model number is :
Because of great design work and the
advent of Lithium 9V batteries we now offer the
BDL-532HP for sale to our customers. The laser operates
and looks just like the original BDL-532 except it is
almost twice as powerful.
The BDL-532HP has an effective range
of more than one mile and allows users to work pest
birds in much higher ambient light than ever before.
Although the laser is as safe as all
our other lasers, the increased intensity of the beam
can be uncomfortable for users if used at distances of
less than 50 feet. For this reason, the BDL-532HP will
only be sold as a kit with laser safety glasses and a
red dot sight for aiming.
Avian Dissuader® laser - now available
Tested and proven for bird
control. We guarantee it!
below represent the noticeable difference
between green and red lasers in
higher ambient light conditions.
These pictures were taken in late
afternoon with the sun about 10° above the west
horizon by Jeff Homan of the USDA/APHIS/Wildlife
Services in North Dakota. Jeff remarked that the
brilliance and daylight penetrability of the
green laser should provide a major advantage
over the red-wavelength laser in these
Please note that these pictures
were taken for instructional purposes and do not
represent any endorsement by Jeff or the USDA of
the Avian Dissuader.
makes the Dissuader so effective?
Output - assures long range
effectiveness (up to 1/2 mile) and brightness
that is hard for birds to ignore.
Beam - ability to generate a beam circle that
ranges from several inches to several feet means that birds cannot hide from
Quality - this patented product isn't just a remade
laser pointer; the Avian Dissuader was specially
designed and engineered for bird control.
For sales or service please
contact us at the numbers below:
U.S. sales please call 800-830-5736
for sales outside the US, please call
Last update 11/25/2012