Pigeons, sparrows, and other birds are prevented from perching, feeding, and nesting using bird control solutions. They are commonly used in parks, golf courses, athletic fields, and public buildings to protect outdoor areas or structures from harm. Awnings, ledges, balconies, and rooftops are all good places to put these products. Electronic bird repellents use an audio or visual signal to confuse or threaten birds, preventing them from flying or breeding near buildings. Bird repellents (gels, animal decoys, tape, spikes, coils, netting) scare birds away from a specific area or make landing or nesting physically difficult for them. Bird traps that are caught and released temporarily lower the population of nuisance birds.