A while back it was Raccoons in my attic (The W). The one raccoon was caught. The hole was found and repaired. Now it's a Downy Breasted Woodpecker that has decided, ever since we painted our house, that our wood shingle siding makes for a good meal. The shingles around one of my bedroom windows are starting to look like swiss cheese. Spraying the shingles with bug repellent seems to keep him off until the next rainstorm. I have thrown rocks & acorns at him but I have an arm that only a mother could love so that ain't working for me either. Keeping the bird feeder filled has kept him off somewhat but he keeps coming back.
Any suggestions ?
Enough with the PC Crap A Christmas Tree is a Christmas Tree - not a Holiday Tree A Menorah is a Menorah - not a Holiday Candelabra
A good trick is to take an old CD (or a blank) and punch a hole through the top. Insert a string (fishing line works the best) and hang it either on a nearby tree or even directly on the house or window near the effected area. Scares em off...
and - as you found out - don't get into throwing things. It's like teasing - and only makes it worse...even the squirrels kick back and say "look at that asshole!"
Demonstrations are a drag. Besides, we're much too high
Sounds like a plan...you didn't need any help after all. Also, try to avoid exchanging notes with that guy who asked for advice a while back with "the Puerto Rican" handle. This, in turn, will avoid a restraining order. Go get 'er tiger!