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How to Get Rid of Canadian Geese

  • Set up swan decoys
  • Make your water unattractive
  • Scare off geese with sounds
  • Clean up after meals
  • Repel geese with Avian Migrate Goose and Bird Repellent

Have Canadian geese taken over your property? Canadian geese are territorial and known to often chase people when they feel threatened. Because they are protected by the Department of Natural Resources, certain precautions must be taken when dealing with Canadian geese. Here are some tips from for how you can legally get rid of Canadian geese for good with Avian Control.

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Bird

Keep Birds Out of Your Buildings and Sheds

  • Scare birds with visual displays
  • Establish barriers to keep birds at bay
  • Limit bird access with netting
  • Protect your buildings and sheds with non-toxic bird spray

Birds are a peaceful touch when enjoying time outside. However, when birds enter your home or business they become pests. Protect your buildings and sheds from invasive birds with Avian Control.

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Crow

Top 5 Methods to Protect Corn From Crows

  • Keep seedlings safe
  • Establish visual bird deterrents
  • Implement sound machines
  • Set up netting
  • Repel birds with liquid bird repellent

Tired of crows making a meal out of your corn? Find the best way to keep your corn safe from crows and other pest birds. Here are the top five methods to protect your corn from pest crows with Avian Control.

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Apple Orchard

Helpful Tips to Protect Your Apple Orchards

  • Bird Netting
  • Creating Noisemakers
  • Fake Scarecrows or Owls
  • Shiny Objects
  • Avian Control liquid bird repellent

Fall is here and apple orchards are a very popular place to visit with your family and friends. Getting excited to pick a fresh apple and eating a doughnut while drinking apple cider makes anyone excited for fall. But you don’t want the birds ruining your orchard. Learn how you can keep birds away with Avian Control’s tips on how to protect your apple orchards from birds.

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