Warmer temperatures and growing plants mean birds will be on the hunt for new sources of food at your home, garden or facility. If you’ve put in the time and effort to plant and prune for the spring, the last thing you want is for pest birds to reap the benefits before you do! Use the following tips to decide which form of bird control can help you make the most of your spring gardening.
As the light at the end of the winter tunnel gets brighter, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about spring and summer gardening! Berries are a welcome sight in the warmer months of the year, but can be a delicious snack for pest birds before we even get the chance to enjoy them. Whether you are growing berries at your home, business or farm, preventing birds from feasting on all of your hard work is a must. Learn how easy protecting berries from birds can be throughout the growing season with these tips!
Whether at your home, business or farm, nuisance birds can cause severe damage and create potential safety hazards for employees, guests and loved ones. While there are many forms of bird control on the market, it is important to consider the pros and cons of homemade bird repellent and products available on the market before choosing the right one to suit your individual needs. Two of the most common forms of bird control – electronic devices and chemical bird repellents – are examined below to help you decide which type of bird control is best for you.
There are several aspects to consider when purchasing a bird repellent that perfectly fits the bill, from bird control efficiency to whether the chemicals are non-toxic or how much it may affect its surroundings. While technology has provided us the opportunity to improve most aspects of our daily lives, liquid bird repellents may still be the best option for bird control no matter how sophisticated electronic bird control contraptions become. Follow these guidelines to understand why you shouldn’t use electronic devices for bird control.
Birds are appreciated when soaring through the skies but are downright pests when they get into your attic, especially when you don’t deal with their visit right away. Birds nesting in your attic can attract their predators such as snakes or raccoons and even introduce lice and mites to your home. And don’t forget about the potential dangers of bird droppings. Here are three ways to prevent birds from getting into the attic to provide a healthier atmosphere for humans.
Whether crowding the barn or eating feed designated for your livestock, pest birds are an expensive inconvenience that farmers can certainly live without. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services, 1,000 starlings can eat about 36 to 40 pounds of food a day! As the cost of feed rises and birds find more barns to inhabit, many farmers wonder how they should go about taking care of the unpleasant situation. If you’re stuck in a similar situation, follow these helpful steps to help get rid of barn swallows – for good!
More and more, people are finding that preventing birds from building their nests altogether is a better way to deter birds from properties. If they learn not to even start building homes on your home or property, chances are they won’t come back all season. Here are some tips on how to prevent birds from roosting and nesting on or around your property.
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