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Strawberries

Protect Strawberries from Birds

  • Set Up Bird Netting
  • Lay Around False Predators
  • Hang Reflective Material

Strawberries are delicious, which is probably why you’re growing them. Now, let’s imagine you’re a bird and you see beautifully lined rows of red, juicy strawberries ripe for the picking. Do you think you would have second thoughts about diving in for a snack? Not likely, but Avian Enterprises is here to teach you how to keep them away.

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strawberry garden

How to Prepare for Strawberry Season

  • Things to know before you grow
  • Tips to care for strawberry plants
  • How to store to enjoy all year

Instead of going to the store and paying for overpriced and subpar strawberries, why not grow your own? A warm summer day doesn’t get any better than when you bite into a fresh, homegrown strawberry. They’re relatively easy to grow and don’t require any special equipment. Here are some things you should know before you start growing your strawberries.

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Bird in Airport

How to Protect Your Airport from Birds

  • Change the habitat around the airport
  • Use scare tactics
  • Try a liquid bird repellent

Birds around airports can be a dangerous hazard. Not only do birds carry the potential to spread disease, they can also serious safety problems. The risk of endangerment to your planes and passengers increases when birds take up residence on your airfield. Learn how to stop pest birds from causing trouble with these tips.

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Three Strikes, Birds Out! (of the Stadium)

baseballPreview

  • Defend Nesting Areas
  • Use Scare Tactics
  • Implement a bird repellent

This is the big moment. The closer is up to bat and the bases are loaded. The pitch is thrown… and a pigeon flies in front of your face, ruining the big play! Stadiums are full of leftover food and high rises, perfect for bird nests. These birds have the potential to ruin spectator experience and defile seats with unwanted droppings. Learn how you can prevent birds from interrupting more home runs with these tips.

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