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Had the same problem years ago. What finally worked was tying a couple of plastic grocery bags to the top of the ladder while the rig was in storage. They flapped around in the slightest breeze and seemed to annoy the birds enough so they went elsewhere for their BM's.
We had terrible problem with birds this year on our boat.[ATTACH][/ATTACH]
After spending an entire day cleaning it, we went to the local hardware store and bought bird tape that the orchardists use and that did the trick. I'll use it on the MH if a problem develops, but so far the birds are staying away from it.[ATTACH][/ATTACH]
If you really are sad and think nobody cares, just try missing a few payments ! '11 Monaco Diplomat 43DFT RR10R pushed by a Demco Excali-Bar II hitch which is pushed by a '14 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport.
The tape is red on one side and silver on the other. It's very light and the slightest breeze flaps it around. I bought a 10' PVC pipe and strung a small diameter rope from the PVC to the front of the boat and tied each strip to the rope with fishing line. It looks like I'm in a parade but it works great.