How to Keep Hawks Away from My Yard?

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It is recommended that you place mirrors throughout the area to deter hawks. This makes the hawks see themselves and they think it's another hawk. Also, the shinning light from the sun reflection will distract them. How to place the mirrors www.associatedcontent.com
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Unfortunately, if you happen to live in a hawk's hunting territory, there's not much you can do to keep it away. If you have a bird feeder that attracts small birds, then you could remove the bird feeder. This in turn would make the hawk less interested in your property. For more information look here: More Tips on Keeping Hawks Away www.blurtit.com;
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Some say an owl or eagle statue or mannequin will keep hawks away from your property. You might also try one of those reflective gazing balls in a high pole.
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Ravens will discourage hawks from hanging around a specific area, because ravens, being territorial, will attack them. Sure, the hawk is much more powerful than a raven with its sharp
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Take your dog brush and simply brush your dog. It is a good idea to do this for your dog every couple of days anway. I brush my dog until I have a good-sized handfull of hair. I go
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I haven't had this problem, but I have heard that the mesh/fishing line draped over the top of the pen (high enough the chickens can't get tangled) works if you have a bunch of streamers
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