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Hedoc 2 Pack Fake Owl Decoys to Scare Birds Away(15 inch), Rotating Head Sculptures, Nature Enemy Scarecrow Plastic Statues, Pest Repellent,Pigeon Deterrent Outdoor Yard, Garden Protectors Sports & Outdoors

(60 customer reviews)


About this item Why Choose Our Owl Statue – Owl decoy lifelike bobble head is easy shaking and rotating by gentle breezes. The fake owl scarecrow scares birds away from fruit trees or vine, nature enemies of squirrels, pigeons, rabbits, wild bunny , seagulls, varmints, raccoons and small mammal etc. Especially big yellow bright eyes and realistic physique to frighten birds, Keep the annoying visitors out of your garden, backyard, patio, and deck. Non-fading Owl Decorations – The fake owl for bird deterrent is made with high-end weatherproof PE plastic and hand-painted non-fading vivid color. Adorable and vivid owl decor can embellish your garden, patio, house, hall, restaurant, and hotel. This plastic owl decoys to scare birds and squirrels motion activated away can protect your garden plants flowers outdoor in all kinds of weather conditions. No Battery Required – The decoy owl head rotates 360 degrees and has a wind panel on the back of the head, acts as a wind vane naturally(The wind panel can be found inside the owl sculpture’s body).Suggestions: you move owl decoy around regularly to keep critter friends guessing, the protection will be last long. Easy To Install – The bottom of the owl has an anchor, you can also fill the owl decoy with sand in the base for stability, stick the fin in the back of its head, the wind helps to move the motion head around so owl looks like its rotating on its own like a real owl. And equipped with two nails to conveniently place anywhere in the garden, patio, porch, orchards, and barn. Eco-friendly And Wildlife Friendly Protector – The bird repellent owl keep birds, squirrels, pest woodpeckers, hawk away humanely without harming them. It is a great non-invasive deterrent. Measures: each approx.6 inch(L) x6 inch(W) x15 inch(H).if you have any problem, please contact us.

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Product Description

owl decoy

owl decoyHedoc Owl Decoy with Rotating Head, Natural Enemy Scarecrow Fake Owls to Scary Birds Away


Owl decoy



Rotating Head

Owl’s realistic head bobs turn in gentle breezes.

Big Yellow Bright Eyes

Big yellow bright eyes deterrent to birds, Keep unwanted visitors out of your garden, backyard, deck.

Non-fading Owl Decorations

The fake owl is painted with delicate non-fading and water-proof paint in surface by hand.

Easy To Install

The bottom of the owl has an anchor, You can also fill the product with sand.

Owl decoy

Garden & Patio Protector

The scarecrow owl decoy has realistic head bobs and turns in gentle breezes, Owl Scarecrow provides your garden friendly protection.

Material:PE Plastic

Package Contents:

– 2 x PE Plastic Owl

-2 x Wind Panel

-6 x Nails

Owl decoy






Owl decoy

Friendly Tips:

For added effectiveness, move Owl Scarecrow around garden every few days.

Package Dimensions

14.92 x 11.97 x 6.42 inches

Item Weight

1.74 pounds





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Best Sellers Rank

#5,598 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #74 in Outdoor Statues

60 reviews for Hedoc 2 Pack Fake Owl Decoys to Scare Birds Away(15 inch), Rotating Head Sculptures, Nature Enemy Scarecrow Plastic Statues, Pest Repellent,Pigeon Deterrent Outdoor Yard, Garden Protectors Sports & Outdoors

  1. one blessed woman

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks real life

    Head never stays in line with body even with no wind.

  2. Maine-ah1

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It actually works to deter ducks from pooping on my dock!

    Mounted about 4′ up on corner of dock to discourage ducks and geese from making deposits on docks. To my surprise it actually worked great! Ducks swimming by always give out a loud “quack” when they see the decoy and they move away. Not sure about longevity, but right now this did the trick!

    One person found this helpful

  3. Matt JohnsonMatt Johnson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    No more Grackles pooping on my hot tub cover

    I’ve had a grackle bringing waste from its young multiple times a day. Just take a look at the picture yourself of what I was dealing with on a daily basis. I put out the decoy and the bird is gone! I love how the head moves back and forth very realistic. Problem hopefully solved and they have moved on.

    2 people found this helpful

  4. Jerry Richmond

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Never worked. Rabbits just ignored it.

    Everyone says these work, so I’m assuming I have either blind rabbits, or they just don’t care. The owl is on a fence with the sky behind it, very visible. To be fair these rabbits have ignored all my efforts to shoo them, liquid fence, traps, and other methods I can’t go into here. Frankly they have won. I dont care any more.

  5. Placeholder

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    Head cants one-way. Little to no other movement.

  6. Sparkie

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    This product is fantastic and it does exactly what it says it will do!

  7. Joel

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Very nice yard decoration. But that’s about it.

    This thing doesn’t scare anything off, the only reason I’ve decide to keep it it’s because it looks nice. I bought it to keep the squirrels from eating my Peaches and pears but unfortunately nothing’s changed. One thing that’s really upsetting is the fact that the head doesn’t rotate like the seller claims, in fact I don’t think it moves at all. I made sure the fin was installed but only 15 mph winds move it (I think). I’m not sure what’s going on with that, maybe that’s the reason it’s not doing what it’s supposed to do.

  8. Lorna

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Annoying cardinals!

    Yes cardinals are beautiful, but not at 4am! Yes they start chirping and calling before the break of dawn. When it’s matting season all spring and summer they are so loud right by my bedroom window that I couldn’t take it anymore. I even sprayed them with the hose but they come back to my crap myrtle trees. Since we put the owl in the tree they never come back to nest. We get other birds but they don’t stay. Great buy

    2 people found this helpful

  9. Bridget Black

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Bird landed on its head

    Well I wasn’t sure if this was helping or not. I had visitors over and we were talking about it and I had joked that I hadn’t seen any birds land on it. That would be a sure sign that it does not work. Shortly after that conversation we saw a bird land on the owls head, sit there a few seconds and then flew off before we could take a picture.

    One person found this helpful

  10. Tara

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Realistic Look But No Motion

    This statue is very attractive but doesn’t work as described. The head is on a spring which moves when bobbled with my hand, but even a strong wind does not catch the fin and cause the head to move on its own. Too bad because that means lost credibility with predators and does nothing to keep them away.

  11. sue polzin

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t scare away anything.

    It is reasonably realistic in size and coloring. I mounted it in my barn to. scare away pigeons. It hasn’t done that. The mounting holes were useless. I put it up long enough ago so I can’t very well remember just how I did it. I think I mounted the very bottom and then set the rest on it. I wouldn’t say it works at all.

    2 people found this helpful

  12. Exple

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    No more bird droppings – Update

    Ag 30, 2021 Update: The Mourning Dove couple built a new nest in the Dogwood, not 6 ft away from the owl. They’re very persistent. Had to knock down the nest 3x, before they gave up. Clearly, the birds have noticed Mr. Owl never moves, never flies. Fear of Mr. Owl didn’t even last 2 months.Purchased to keep birds away from our deck. Our deck was constructed to include a lovely Dogwood tree, often attracting birds to nest in it. We attached the owl to the deck’s privacy fence rail. It works! No more cleaning bird droppings daily. The fin on the owl’s head moves it to different positions, giving it a little more realism. So far, even the squirrels have been cautious. However, they’re so smart and so driven to gather food for winter that I’ll be surprised if they are fooled much longer. They do love the Dogwood berries/seeds. I will try to update.

    8 people found this helpful

  13. Mathew Helms

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good quality

    Worked well to keep squirrels away from tomato plants

  14. Todd W MQueen

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t deter birds

    I added this guy to our yard since we overseeded, but we have no breeze generally, so his head doesn’t turn at all, and birds are happily eating the seed around him. 🙁

  15. WillWill

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked at first, but birds got used to it

    The owl worked as a deterrent at first, but the smarter birds caught on after a couple weeks that it was not real. The wedge on the back of head helps a little, but only on windy days.

  16. Carroll County Wabash & Erie Canal

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Did Not Work for Sparrows

    The owl itself seems well-built and we were able to fit it in a tight space. Unfortunately, it had no effect on the intruding birds (sparrows). Perhaps it would work for other species of birds.

  17. Barbara Hollingsworth

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    We like it.

    Used as bird deterrentHead will not face correctly

  18. Asdrubal Romero

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well made.

    Great product for the price. Works well so far has kept birds away.

  19. Verna Hemmingson

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    They really do keep woodpeckers away

  20. Keith H.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Missing parts

    The nails and head attachment are missing.attachme I received a new owl on 6 26 23 due to parts missing on the package I now have a new complete including the fin so I changed my rating to 5 stars keeps head from leaning.

  21. AmazonCustomer

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Didn’t scare away little birds.

    The next day, after putting this owl on my lawn, I had lots of little birds feeding on my grass seed, right in front of the owl. They took no notice of it. Plus the head doesn’t swivel around at all, from wind. And the body is so lightweight, it keeps falling over, even though we put a stake up the center of it.

  22. michael crespi

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Ok , not great

    Looks good, only complaint is the head is off balance and always gets stuck in one position and does not rotate unless it’s a category 3 huricane .

  23. Jkro1436

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Decorative but not very scary

    The grandbaby loves it but the chipmunks run right up to it. They are not scared at all. Time for the BB gun to come out.

    3 people found this helpful

  24. Kindle Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Half works

    It does it’s job with the birds. But the squirrels could care less.

    One person found this helpful

  25. NitaK

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Fake Owl

    For us, this was a waste of money. We have the owl displayed on our deck and the woodpeckers still beat up our house. The owl is pretty, but didn’t get the job done for us.

    One person found this helpful

  26. Mattrthomas8

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked at first

    I bought this to deter wood peckers from putting holes in my cedar siding. It worked well at first. I’ve even frequently moved it so the wood peckers wouldn’t get used to it, but they smartened up and started putting holes in the house again. Buy a pellet gun instead.

  27. Jetmaker

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Birds ignored it on Day 1. But it’s cute

    Got this to keep birds from eating my grass seed. They landed within feet of it and munched away. Gave it one star for performance. One additional star for being cute. But really, a waste of money and just more plastic trash.

  28. Kenneth O. Collingwood

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So far it seems to be doing the job!

    Head and body don’t align well, but it seems to be keeping the Pesky and Persistent Barn Swallows off the front entrance.

    One person found this helpful

  29. PhilsterPhilster

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Realistically painted and subtle head movements

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     My Cat’s were spooked seeing this thing. Placing on our deck has kept swarms of Crows/blackbirds more sparse. It is hard to quantify with exact science but I feel this is working based purely on our interactions with daily Crows squawking near our house. We are surrounded by 170’ Evergreen trees and crows tend to perch in hoards each afternoon and evening. This seems to reduce this significantly. For now, I believe this is working as designed. We have had one of these owls in the past but entirely stationary and it worked well. This one has the bobble/swivel head that turns its head with the slightest breeze, adding extra realism to this owl. It has proven worth the money.

    5 people found this helpful

  30. Katman

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Works Great keeping bird an rodents away from 1st day/night it was out.

  31. Jean Larch

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    makes me smile!

    i do’t know if it is going to scare anything away but its so cute…it hasnst made it outside yet!

  32. Dmmonast

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Fake Owl

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     Head is finally moving after a little stretch of the coil as suggested from another review. Hope to see it move the other way depending on the direction of the wind.

    One person found this helpful

  33. Donna

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Missing parts

    I loved the owl it just didn’t have the nails and fin with it. They weren’t inside the owl or the package .

  34. Tallie365Tallie365

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    poor screw holes

    The screw holes are very awkward and difficult to handle due to the proximity to the body of the owl. A flared bottom with larger screw holes would be much better. I deducted two stars for this terrible mounting design. I mounted to a metal railing / flower box with zip ties and needed to use the thinnest size zips strung together. The plastic fin that fits into a slot in the back of the head doesn’t look like it will stay in for long. The owl itself looks ok with big eyes and bright paint. This along with other tactics will hopefully haze the male pigeon that wants to make my favorite space his bachelor pad.

    One person found this helpful

  35. Nancy

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Head Turns

    I filled him with rocks and he was steady sitting around my pool but the head would not turn in the wind, the black piece that helps the wind turn neck keeps falling out but I used it anyway . Still scared the birds away.

  36. Ed. userEd. user

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Awesome

    The owners of a restaurant next door to me loves to feed these guys. On any given day there could be up to 30 in the back of the building.Placed this decoy on a tall post and I haven’t see a one since.Highly recommend

    2 people found this helpful

  37. jerry russell

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Keeps woodpecker away

    Can’t believe it worked

  38. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Head moves with wind not so much with a light breeze. Looks realistic. Purchased 2 after purchasing 2 with non-moving heads and have placed them in different locations.Both were filled with deco rock and secured with heavy duty Zip ties using the area for screw placement. Works and they are very stable and secure. The propblem situation is the next door neighbor feeds pidgeons (over 100) morning and afternoon everyday. The some of the wires (electric cable etc) are over my property and that is where they perch. There is nothing I can do nothing about the wires or the feeding situation.MAJOR mprovement with increase owl arsenal of 4 and 2 additional alternatives. Owl noises/sounds from the internet playing on a speaker and RESNSTAR Reflective Scare Tape Ribbon, Double Sided Reflective Tape (from Amazon) attached to a pole and guidewire as well as a couple on the roof & gutter.Believe it or not the pigeons and other birds may briefly touch down on but do not stay. There used to be a lot of bird dropping on my patio and the furniture…Now there is NONE for the 4 days of having all of the above deterrences in place. For me well worth the effort.

    10 people found this helpful

  39. Iveta imageIveta image

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love this for my garden!

    It’s a beautiful decor I use in my front yard and keeps pigeons away -so far so good! I plan to move it to my backyard where I get heavier pigeons traffic.

    One person found this helpful

  40. Tim M

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I had very low expectations it would scare off pidgeons

    And it didn’t.

    7 people found this helpful

  41. FW

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Head does not move

    Great looking owl. Unfortunately the head does not move as stated nor did it scare the mourning doves!

  42. JMP

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It works for pigeons and birds, head not so swivel, but it moves with heavy breeze.

    Yes, it works. I use it on the ground outside my house on the driveway side where pigeons would congregate during the day and make noise. Sometimes they would sit on the front window perch and it was annoying as you could hear them on the second floor. Since placing the owl visibly near the garden, no pigeons at all so far for 48 hours. We’ll see if it works long-term. Be aware, the head does not move easily, so I suggest placing it where the wind is strongest. I put rocks on the base since it is on the ground I did not use the screws.

    2 people found this helpful

  43. Stanley BowlingStanley Bowling

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Attractive but with Flaws

    The owl is attractive, as far as being a decorative piece, and, so far, may deter smaller birds. Noted a robin sitting on the end of the same rail watching it, but may be because that bird has a nest nearby. Others have flown past. Mounted it to a perch and piece of brick molding to easily move around on the deck by attaching with zips which is convenient. But, the screw holes are not channeled and if adding sand, leaks out of the bottom holes, even with the screws in, and the bottom cap does not fit well, even with added cloth to stopper that hole. Used blue sand so clearly see it on the perch. Screws are very cheap and switched to higher quality deck screws to attach to the perch. Head does move, seems to move well, even a little breeze moves it, but can get stuck in place at times, but a stronger breeze seems to break it free. If it does not work to keep birds away from the deck area it will make a nice decoration in the flower beds. Needs more weight, not leak sand and channel the screw holes.

    10 people found this helpful

  44. John

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good decoration, not so much for bird deterrent.

    Bought this in hopes it would keep sparrows and other birds away from the general area where the owl is sitting. Even after moving it every couple of days, the birds still hover around it. Even land within a foot or two of the owl. At least the quality is good, makes a decent little lawn ornament.

    One person found this helpful

  45. jah

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    fake owl

    used it to keep woodpeckers from pecking stucco on house. It worked, but learned after a while the woodpecker realized it was fake. You have to remove it as soon as you know no birds are coming around so they don’t get use to it

    7 people found this helpful

  46. handymanmike

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    owls head does not stop facing forward

    owls head always stops facing backwards, it never stops facing to the front, this is my second one.

  47. Lisa Kay

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quality product

    I bought this to keep barn swallows off my patio and to keep them from building a nest. The product was of good quality. It did deter other birds, but the barn swallows laughed at it and kept building their nest!

    One person found this helpful

  48. Vivian HanksVivian Hanks

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t scare them away

    Bought this to keep other birds from pooping on my equipment. And I walk out the next morning and see this…a bird sitting on the corner of my dump trailer.

    3 people found this helpful

  49. Action Jackson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Realistic Owl

    Needed fake owl to scare birds away from using bathroom on back patio.

    3 people found this helpful

  50. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks and works like real

    Keeps other birds away from a certain area.

  51. Barb Metzler

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very easy to mount!

    I use this product to protect my chickens. It is easy to mount and very realistic. I mounted mine on a tomatoe stake, no hawks since! I think the price is very reasonable.

  52. Cindy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for predators

    Put this up on a mound near chicken coop. and havent had anymore hawks come down to mess with my chickens. So far so good. 👍

  53. Jaide

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Keeps awake black birds

    We had a bad issue with flocks of black birds absolutely devouring the bird seed from the feeder within a day of filling an entire 2 feeders with seed so we mounted this to the fence and it helped control the flock! It did take a few weeks for the birds to noticeably stop coming to the feeder, I’m assuming they were weary and didn’t know it was there at first..but eventually this owl kept them at bay and we haven’t seen a single black bird in our yard or feeders in months. Its head turns naturally with the breeze or strong winds. The owl definitely helps with more intrusive animals like black birds, squirrels etc. worth a shot to help your problem!

  54. woodstock2kwoodstock2k

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Heads don’t turn in the slightest of wind

    Cheaply assembled head bearings, even after apply grease, the head still don’t turn. See pictures; it uses a very cheaply made sealed bearing.

  55. Allenzon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    “Wicked Smaht Woodpecker Wrangler: Hedoc Fake Owl Gets the Job Done, No Bull!”

    Hey there, all you wise guys and gals! Let me tell ya ’bout the freakin’ genius contraption called the Hedoc Fake Owl Decoy. I ain’t no fancy talker, but this thing’s a friggin’ miracle worker. I had this woodpecker, I swear on my Dunkin’ Donuts, it was givin’ my house the ol’ makeover, jackhammerin’ away like it’s tryin’ to win a woodpecker Olympics or somethin’.So I slapped this bad boy owl up there, figurin’ it’s worth a shot. And let me tell ya, it’s like this fake owl went to Harvard or somethin’. That woodpecker took one look at it, squawked like a cussin’ parrot, and flew the heck outta Dodge faster than a Fenway Park hot dog vendor in the 7th inning stretch.Now, I ain’t no bird whisperer, but I swear this owl’s got some Jedi mind trick goin’ on. Every time that pecker (the bird, not a fella!) even thinks about peckin’, it spots the owl and takes off like it’s seen a ghost. It’s like havin’ a bouncer at a Boston bar – no unwanted guests allowed!The Hedoc Fake Owl’s built tougher than a Southie street fight, too. Rain, snow, wicked winds – this thing’s standin’ tall like a friggin’ statue. And don’t get me started on the craftsmanship – it’s so realistic, I half-expect it to start spoutin’ off wicked good advice like a Bostonian Confucius.Now, you might be thinkin’, “Hey, how’s this owl thing different from the rest of the bird-chasin’ shenanigans?” Well, I’ll tell ya. This ain’t no half-assed hootenanny. This owl’s got the stare of a cabbie who knows you’re givin’ him a bum address, and it don’t back down. It’s the boss of the block, plain and simple.So there you have it, folks. The Hedoc Fake Owl Decoy – it’s like gettin’ a Boston tough guy to babysit your house, keepin’ the woodpeckers at bay and your sanity intact. Five stars? Nah, this owl deserves a freakin’ victory parade down Boylston Street!

    7 people found this helpful

  56. J. Agey

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Okay, but install snafus.

    The owl itself is okay. The head didn’t spin freely upon arrival, but it’s simply attached to a spring and lifting up on the the head about an inch or so a few times stretched the spring just enough to allow the head to spin freely again. The installation screws are woeful. They are, imho, about 1/2 inch too short and they strip easily. Use your own if you have some. Nature is fickle, so there’s no telling if this owl will work well enough to scare away our fall wood pecker. Let’s hope so.Update: There were two species of woodpeckers knocking at our siding. The larger species disappeared immediately, but the smaller species kept poking about for about a day or two, switched sides of the house he poked at, and then disappeared.

    One person found this helpful

  57. Katy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    works great!

    This is a great product. We bought it because we were having pigeons swarm our back patio and it was very annoying. We placed this on the ground by some bushes and it didn’t work. So we moved it & put it on top of the fire table & it’s been great. The little birds that visit the bird feeder aren’t scared of it at all, but we haven’t seen a pigeon since we started using this, which is about 4 months. We move it once in a while just because other people have warned about leaving it in one place too long, but it’s been working really well for the pigeons. (our 3-year old granddaughter is scared of it though!!)

    One person found this helpful

  58. myam

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t work for squirrels

    Squirrels are too smart. These owls don’t scare them at all. It will startle humans though.

  59. Cassandra GoodallCassandra Goodall

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    No more woodpeckers!

    Definitely does the job and keeps the woodpecker away who was poking holes in my house! I have 1 in the front and 1 in the back. Their heads bob in the wind so it gives it a more realistic feel. I love that this had screw holes to mount, as I needed to put them up high. But there is an option to fill the bottom instead.I did dock a star because it was still difficult to get the one screwed into my tree. I ended up having to put a board in the tree and attach it to the board.

  60. Amazon Customer

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Caught a Pigeon having sex with it ??? Love is…

    What ever do pigeons think… Sure wanted to keep the pigeons off the deck with this owl / didn’t work at all / just made all the birds in town, well kinda frisky !!! UPDATE: the pigeon started squawking when PlayOwl left the deck so… keeping the pigeons quiet is game one [ the bird stays in the film ] still wondering what pigeons think…

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