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How to Get Rid of Robins on the Front Porch and Top of the House

how to get rid of Robins on the front

porch and top of the house according to

the Illinois Department of Public Health

Robins are one of many bird species

protected by law

killing robins if you consider them a

nuisance is therefore illegal homeowners

who find Robins near their front porch

or on top of their house will need to

resort to more humane measures to get

rid of these creatures with their nests

and early morning wake-up songs

things you will need Polly budding gel

product water Chili Peppers bottle

sprayer aluminum foil strips old CDs

observe the spots on your porch and roof

to see where the Robins are perching

apply a poly budding gel product to

these spots this sticky gel will annoy

the Robinson caused them to find a new

place to land

mix eight ounces of water with one ounce

of crushed Chili Peppers to make a

homemade Robin repellent set the Robin

repellent outside in the Sun for 48

hours transfer it to a bottle sprayer

and spray the porch then spray around

the top of the house

the Robins will steer clear of the nasty

smell and find another place to call


watch for the Robins to come near your

porch or housetop as soon as the Robins

get close begin making loud noises to

scare them away you can do this by

playing bird distress calls from a tape

player setting off a few firecrackers or

by banging pots and pans together

vigilance over the course of three to

four days will result in the Robins

finding a new permanent residence hang

aluminum foil strips are old CDs from

the porch railings and house eats flashy

objects that move in the wind scare

birds including Robins the Robins won't

land near any area that appears to be

dangerous after a few days the Robins

will move on

tips warnings you can substitute barbed

wire or spike strips for the poly

budding gel considering hiring a

wildlife specialist to remove the robins

for you this option may be necessary if

the robins are doing damage to your home

if the robins already created a nest and

laid their eggs you must wait until the

baby robins hatch and fly out of the

nest before you can resume repelling the