Margo Gadfly: A Versatile Wildlife Deterrent

ABOUT 

The Margo Gadfly is effective at scaring a large variety of wildlife with its motion-activated siren alarm and flashing scare eye. Portable, sturdy, and weather-resistant, the Gadfly protects against most mammals. From deterring elk from feeding on haystacks, deer eating in vegetable gardens, or even cougars from attacking livestock, the Gadfly does it all. Protect your land and other assets from predators, wildlife, and other animals with a universal, and affordable solution. Named after a fly that bites livestock, the Gadfly is a nuisance to animals, making favorable areas undesirable for habitation, feeding, or interfering with your property. 
 

“We hope that people start using the alarm and more people understand that we can live with these predators”

– Iris Gadunov, Land Owner

HOW IT WORKS  

When an animal is within range of the Gadfly, the motion-detector will trigger a combination of piercing wailing and flashing red predator lights, signaling to animals that trespassing in this area is dangerous. 

THE DESIGN  

The Gadfly was designed with every environment in mind. Utilizing a rugged and solar-powered design allows for portable and reliable placement, wherever you may need to keep wildlife away. The adjustable sensitivity and multiple light settings allow the user to customize their wildlife deterrent strategy with ease. 


SPECS  

Range 

  • The Gadfly Alarm detects movement at a 160-degree angle with a low sensitivity of ~3m (10ft) and a high sensitivity range of ~11m (35ft) away.  

Sound 

  • Up to 105dB sirens with three different modes. 
  • A variable sensitivity switch allows users to fine-tune the alarm to their ideal conditions. 

TESTING 

Tested in both arctic and rainforest environments and everything in between, the Margo Gadfly is a staple in wildlife deterrent technology. It is great to deter both small and large animals without requiring regular maintenance.

When they tracked the lions, they saw that they stalked the perimeter of the Gadfly Alarms so we can see that they are effective

– IRIS GADUNOV

SEE IT IN ACTION

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