1 Nite Guard Proctector.
(We recommend a set of 4 to maximize your protection)
MOUNTING NITE GUARD FOR OWLS & HAWKS
Four lights mounted at least 10-14 feet in the air on a single post are required. Each light should face a different direction; North, South, East and West. Hawks and owls often attack from low tree limbs so 10-14 feet will put the lights at eye level. If lights are located on a hill, adjust Nite Guards lower. If lights are in a valley adjust lights higher. This is critical as the raptors may come in from above or below the lights in these areas.
Note: Nite Guard provides protection at two critical times of the day--dusk and dawn. This is important because, hawks in particular, are active during these times and are repelled by the dusk/dawn flash. This results in them often times leaving that area permanently even though they do much of their kills during the daylight hours when Nite Guard is not activated.