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Snakes, owls, or hawks will chase them away. So now how do you get them in the area? Anyone?

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Don't know the answer, but do not use the high frequency sound deterrents. They don't work. The company I work for installed some and went back to adjust them several times. The boxes made a nice flat nesting surface for the birds. :lol:

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Try squirting them with water at night when they go to roost. A garden hose with an adjustable nozzle should work. It's cheap, easy and may take a few attempts, but considering the mess they make it will be worth it.
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