Casey Halone wrote:
what if you just took a white led garden light and soldered a red led in line with a resistor of the correct value?
Kirk Marschel wrote:Can someone say why they work? What causes predators to stay away from the blinking light?
Cris Bessette wrote:
I have some solar powered Christmas lights shaped like regular path lights that alternate between blue, green and red.
I never bothered to take them out of the yard after Christmas, so maybe I will just leave them up the rest of the year and see if I have deer in my garden
Craig Dobbelyu wrote:
Might keep the whitetails away but you may want to watch out for Reindeer! HA! Don't go adding jingle bells anywhere or you'll really have trouble.
Roger Merry wrote:Also - for those less gifted electrically - I'm pretty sure they do red "berry type" Christmas tree lights that flash, is more lights better ?? I'm not sure I want the hen run lit up like a christmas tree but if it keeps the foxes off I guess its worth the growing reputation for eccentricity around here !