Canadian Geese have drastically increased in population over the years and are now invading retail shops, office buildings, warehouses, and any other commercial structure with manicured grass and water access. However, you don’t have to (and shouldn’t let) these geese take claim to your space.
- Put up netting
- Frighten the birds
- Give them food
Cherries have a short growing season which makes them a hot commodity for farmers and customers during the summer months. Unfortunately, birds also enjoy sweet cherries just as much as we do. The good news is that there are several ways you can protect your cherry trees and enjoy the harvest for yourself.
- 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.
- Make it flashy
- Mix up locations
- Change the style
Scarecrows were once the go-to solution to protect crops from birds. Today their name is synonymous with farms and gardens. With scarecrows being an age old bird control method, the question is, do they really work? The answer is, yes, if you’re willing to devote hours of time and effort weekly.
- 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.