Tree-Shock was designed to have a unique, aesthetically-pleasing appearance. When the bird/animal’s foot touches the positive and negatively-charged wires, it gets a shock that trains them to stay away.
- Where to Use: Tree branches
- Target Bird: All bird species, and other wildlife too
- Bird Pressure: All pressure levels
- Material: UV-Stabilized PVC and Stainless Steel
- Installation: Tubing is mounted using zip ties and nailed ties
- Installation Level: Somewhat involved
- Application: Easy to mount and connect using special ties that wrap around smaller branches that can also be attached to larger branches using aluminum nails. NOTE: Working in and around trees can be dangerous; using professional installers is recommended
- How it Works: When the bird/animal’s foot touches the positive and negatively-charged wires, it gets a shock that trains them to stay away.
- Tree-Shock was designed to have a unique, aesthetically-pleasing appearance
Tree-Shock Holiday Light Method
When small birds land in the canopy of the tree (leaves, smaller branches), it may be advisable to protect the tree from the outside. Birds will land on the perches (the Tree-Shock system strung from limb to limb), and get shocked before going deeper into the tree.
Important Notice: Trees grow. Limbs grow longer and thicker. Once each year the system should be checked and adjusted. Be prepared to replace Cable Ties, repair damage, adjust the tubing on the limbs and test the voltage.
How to Make a T Connection with Tree-Shock
(1) Identify the two wires to attach the Female Snap Taps.
(2) Cut the black nylon with a utility knife.
(3) Slide the open Marlin Spike under the wire.
(4) Slide the Snap Tap under the wire and snap shut.
(5) Make sure the wire stays in the metal groove.