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The best sound bird deterrents will have the flexibility to broadcast distress and predator calls for as many as 24 different types of birds. These systems allow users to target a specific bird or all birds. Such systems can even be programmed to turn on and off automatically. They will also allow additional speakers to be added to extend the effective deterrent range from one acre to five acres.




Starling Distress Call Mp3 Download


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Remember, for electronic bird deterrents to be effective they need to play recorded bird distress calls. This means the sound device will have to be able broadcast recorded bird calls loud enough to cover large areas. The following two electronic bird deterrents focus exactly on this.


The sounds listed below represent the world's largest studio-grade sound library of North American animals. Every sound in our library is an authentic professional recording and labeled correctly. Many of the sounds in our library are the only known recordings of that animal. All of the sounds in our library are studio-grade quality. You may choose from the sounds listed below to create your own sound list. Our wildlife caller can store up to 1000 sounds at a time. If you want to buy additional sounds, the cost per sound is $10. with a 6 sound minimum. We recommend picking several sounds to use as complements to the distresses, to create more realistic sound environments for the target animals. This ensures greater calling success. Example: You are playing a distress sound and switch to a coyote, fox, owl or hawk call to simulate a predator killing a rabbit which in turn would trigger a territorial response from the predator that resides in the area. You could also switch from a prey distress to mobbing crows or ravens fighting over food which would immediately bring crows or ravens into the area to create an environment that will look more natural to the predator. The sounds listed below are not downloadable. If you would like to hear some of the sounds listed below, give us a call and we will be happy to play them for you. NOTE: The following abbreviations are used in the sound list below. A=adult, B=baby, D=distress, G=growls, F=female, M=male, Y=young Animal Sounds


Bears Black Bear A Aggressive (calls mature bears) Black Bear A D (calls bears) Black Bear A Fighting (calls mature bears) Black Bear Begging (6 months old-calls bears and predators) Black Bear B D 1 (1 month old-calls bears and most predators) Black Bear B D 4 (4 months old-calls bears and most predators) Black Bear B (whining-calls bears) Birds Bobwhite Quail D (calls most predators) Bluebird D (calls birds and most predators) Blue Jay D (ambiance call- also calls all predators) Blue Jay Baby D (ambiance call-also calls all predators) Canadian Geese Agressive Calls (calls geese and predators) Canadian Geese D (calls predators) Chickadee D (calls all predators) Chicken D (calls all predators) Gray Catbird Baby D (calls all predators) Gull D (used to disperse gulls and call predators) Loon (wail, yodel, tremolo,duet) Mocking Bird D (calls all predators) Magpie Alarms (calls all predators) Partridge D (calls all predators) Peacock Call (locating turkeys) Peacock Aggressive (locating turkeys) Pileated Woodpecker Aggressive (calls birds and all predators) Pileated Woodpecker D (calls birds and all predators) Red Winged Blackbird D (calls birds and all predators) Robin Baby D (calls birds and all predators) Rooster D (calls all predators) Snow Geese D (predators) Starling D (calls all predators) Starling B D (calls all predators) Wren D (calls birds and all predators) Whip-poor-will (calls whip-poor-wills and ambience call) Bobcats & Cats Bobcat A G (calls bobcats and ambiance call) Bobcats Fighting (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat M D (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat F D (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat F In Heat Moans (calls bobcats) Bobcat F In Heat Call (calls bobcats) Bobcat F A Call (calls bobcats) Bobcat F A Greeting Call (calls bobcats) Bobcats Mating (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat-Gray Fox (fighting, calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat B D (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat Y Call (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat Y D (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Bobcat Y Growls (calls coyotes, bobcats & other predators) Cat A D (calls bobcats & predators) Cat B D (calls bobcats & predators) Caribou Caribou Bull (calls caribou & wolves) Cougars Cougar A F Aggressive (calls male and female cougars) Cougar A F In Heat (calls male & female cougars) Cougar A F Calls (calls male and female cougars) Cougar A F Calling Young (calls cougars) Cougar A M Territorial (calls male and female cougars) Cougar A M Communicative (calls other cougars) Cougar Y Whistle (calls male and female cougars) Coyotes Coyote A F Barks (calls coyotes) Coyote Female Barks 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote A M Barks (calls coyotes) Coyote 8 Month Distress (calls coyotes) Coyote A D (calls coyotes) Coyote A Submissive (calls coyotes) Coyote A M Communication Howls (locator call) Coyote A F Communicative (locator call) Coyote Alpha A F Territorial Call (calls all coyotes) Coyote Y F Territorial Call (calls all coyotes) Coyote Y F Howls (calls all coyotes) Coyote Female Aggressive (calls coyotes) Coyote Female Submissive 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote A F Breeding Howls (calls coyotes) Coyote F Breeding Howls (calls coyotes) Coyote F Breeding Howls 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote Female Lonely (calls coyotes) Coyote Female Lonely 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote F Social Howls (calls coyotes) Coyote F Social Howls 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote M Breeding Howls (calls coyotes) Coyote M Breeding Howls 2 (calls coyotes) Coyote M Breeding Howls 3 (calls coyotes) Coyote Male Distress (calls coyotes) Coyote M Social Howls (calls coyotes) Coyote Adults Fighting (fighting over food-calls coyotes) Coyote A Growls (calls coyotes) Coyote A Hunting Whines (creates a territorial response) Coyote A Beta M Challenge (creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Challenge (alpha coyote-creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Territorial (creates a territorial response) Coyote M Territorial (creates a territorial response) Coyote M Territorial 2 (creates a territorial response) Coyote M Territorial Howls 3 (creates a territorial response) Coyote Y M Territorial Aggressive (creates a territorial challenge) Coyote Y M Territorial (creates a territorial challenge) Coyote A M&F Territorial (creates a territorial response) Coyote A Dominant M (locator call-creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Rally Howl (creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Group Rally Howl (creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Aggressive (used to get target coyotes more aggressive) Coyote A M Challenge Duet (2 male coyotes-creates a territorial response) Coyote A Pair Aggressive (creates a territorial response) Coyote A M Communicative (locator call-creates a territorial response) Coyote A M&F Howling (locater call-creates a territorial response) Coyote Pups 5 (5 abandoned pups whining-calls coyotes) Coyote Pup Whining (1 lost pup-calls coyotes) Coyote Pup Distress 3 (3 weeks old-calls coyotes) Coyote Pup Distress 10 (10 weeks old-calls coyotes) Coyote Pup Distress Growls (8 weeks old-calls coyotes) Coyote Pup Submissive (1 pup 5 months old-calls coyotes) Coyote Pups Howling (calls coyotes-5 months old) Coyote Y Group Howl (locator call) Coyote Y Single Howls (calls coyotes) CROWS Crow D HP (high pitch distress made when under attack by a predator) Crow D LP (low pitch distress sound made when injured) Crow Dying (dying crow) Crow 4 Months D Crow 4 Months Dying Crow Y Communicative (calls crows and predators) Crow Y Alarms (calls crows and predators) Crow Y D (calls crows and predators) Crow B Food Begging (calls crows and predators) Crow B Alarms (calls crows and predators) Crow B Distress (calls crows and predators) Crows Mobbing (approx. 25 crows) Crows Many (approx. 3000 crows) Crow & Barred Owl (crows mobbing owl) Crow & Great-horned Owl (crows mobbing owl) Crow Single Alarm Calls (alerts other crows to territorial intruders) Crow Mobbing & Alarms Domestic Animals Canine Puppy D (calls coyotes) Cow A (calling calves-ambience call) Cow Calf D (calls coyotes, & other predators) Goat B D (calls all predators) Guinea Pig D (calls all predators) Lamb B D (calls all predators) ELK Elk Bull Bugles (calls bull elk) Elk Cow (calls elk) Elk Fawn D (calls elk and most predators)


Mule Deer Mule Deer Fawn D (calls mule deer and most predators) Mule Deer Fawn Blats (calls mule deer and most predators) Muskrat Muskrat B D (calls muskrats and all predators) Otter Otter A D (calls predators and otters) Owls Barn Owl-4 (typical call, female courtship calls, male courtship calls and male alarm screams) Barred Owl Call (calls barred owls, locates turkeys & ambiance call) Barred Owl D (calls all predators and owls) Barred Owl-6 (typical call, territorial call, aggressive call, male and female cackling duet and distress call) Boreal Owl-3 (typical call, aggressive call and alarm call) Burrowing Owl-2 (typical call and alarm aggressive) Great Gray Owl-4 (invitational call, female whoop, nest greeting and territorial call) Great-horned Owl-8 (typical call, reply call, M & F territorial, aggressive call, female scream, female chittering, young begging call and mating call) Long-eared Owl-3 (hoots, alarm call, chittering and aggressive call) Northern Hawk Owl (typical call) Pygmy Owl-2 (whistles and toots) Saw-whet Owl-2 (typical call and female) Screech Owl-4 (typical call, aggressive call, whinny and chittering) Short-eared Owl (territorial call) Snowy Owl-3 calls (adult communication whistles, male and female calls) Spotted Owl-5 (typical call, territorial call, aggressive call, male and female courtship calls) Pine Marten Pine Marten D (calls marten and other predators) Pine Marten Growls (calls marten and ambiance call) Porcupine Porcupine B D (calls all predators) Prairie Dog Prairie Dog D (calls all predators) Rabbits Barred Hare A D (related to the jackrabbit-calls all predators) Cottontail A D (calls most predators) Cottontail B D (calls most predators) Cottontail Y D (calls most predators) European Hare D (calls all predators) Fleming Hare A D (calls all predators) Fleming Hare B D (calls all predators) Jack Rabbit Black Tailed A D (calls all predators) Jack Rabbit Black Tailed Y D (calls all predators) Jack Rabbit White Tailed (calls all predators) Pygmy Cottontail D (calls all predators) Snowshoe Hare D (calls all predators) Raccoons Raccoon A&B Fighting (calls raccoons and coyotes) Raccoon A D (calls raccoons and predators) Raccoon A Growls (calls raccoons and predators) Raccoon B D (calls raccoons and predators) Raccoon B Fighting (calls raccoons and predators) Raccoon B Calling (calls raccoons and predators) Raccoon Y Growls (calls raccoons and predators) Ravens Raven A D (calls predators) Raven B D (calls predators) Ravens Fighting (fighting over food-calls predators) Raven Calls (various calls-calls predators) Red Fox Red Fox A Alarm Calls (calls fox and ambiance call) Red Fox A D (calls all predators and red fox) Red Fox A F Mating Calls (calls fox and coyotes) Red Fox Y Fighting (calls all predators) Red Fox A M Mating Calls (calls fox and coyotes) Red Fox B D (calls fox and coyotes) Red Fox D 6 (6month old-for coyotes and fox) Red Fox Y Begging (calls fox and coyotes) Red Fox Y Calls (calls fox and coyotes) Ringneck Pheasant Ringneck Pheasant A M D (calls all predators) Ringneck Pheasant A F D (calls all predators) Ringneck Pheasant Y M D (calls all predators) Ringtail Ringtail Laugh (calls ringtails) Ringtail D (calls predators) Squirrels Squirrel: Black Squirrel D (calls squirrels and most predators) Squirrel: Fox Squirrel D (calls all predators) Squirrel: Gray Squirrel D (calls all predators and gray squirrels) Squirrel: Gray Squirrel Growls (ambiance call) Squirrel: Red Squirrel D (calls all predators and red squirrels) Striped Skunk Striped Skunk A D (calls all predators) Striped Skunk B D (calls all predators) Wolves Timber Wolf Alpha M Rally Howl (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf Group Howls (locater howls) Timber Wolf A M&F Howls (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf Y M&F Howls (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf A M Challenge Howls (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf A M Howls (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf Y M Howls (calls wolves & locator call) Timber Wolf Y F Howls (calls wolves-locator call) Timber Wolf Pup D (calls wolves and coyotes) Timber Wolf Pups (lost pups whining-calls wolves and coyotes) Weasel Weasel D (calls all predators) Weasel aggressive laugh (calls weasels & predators)


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