I love animals just as much as the next person, but I understand the frustration of the birds nesting in my wreath. Its a mess on my porch, not to mention all you have to do is open or close the door, and you got a mama bird flying out or eggs in a nest. We havent figurd it out yet, but a friend suggested we do the same thing we do down at our lake house to keep mice and snakes away and that is soaking a cotton ball with peppermint oil. Many rodents and other small creatures are alergic to the mint, it doesnt hurt them, but they run the opposite way. We are going to try it as soon as this next batch of babies are gone. By the way, I think the answers you recieved were not called for. This forum is for serious people looking for solutions. I will let you know if it works, you never know.
Quote sparky "This forum is for serious people looking for solutions."
You call chasing a couple of tiny birds away a serious problem? If this problem were Alfred Hitchcock's, "The Birds", then that would be a SERIOUS problem.
Have you taken a look at all the other "serious" questions we get here? LOL
TAKE THE WREATH DOWN FOR THE 3-4 WEEKS OF MATING/NESTING TIME.^^^SERIOUS ANSWER, SERIOUS SOLUTION.^^^