The sound and sight of birds in our yards can be soothing, but when these winged-creatures find their ways into our homes, businesses, sheds, and other buildings, they can quickly create chaos and become a nuisance. Don’t let your space…
The sound of chirping birds is a telltale sign of summer days. It’s the background to family barbecues, late night bonfires, all day pool parties and early morning coffees in the garden. While the singing can trigger sunny memories, if these birds take claim to your patio, the summer nostalgia can quickly wear off. Waking up to morning chirping and constantly cleaning up bird droppings can change your feelings on these feathered friends.
To keep your home clean and quiet—and to maintain your appreciation for these creatures—we recommend trying some of these simple tricks to keep birds away from your patio, porch or deck.
While birds may be pleasant guests to have in your backyard or garden, they can easily become a long-term nuisance when they stake a claim in your shed or garage. Often undetected for weeks or months at a time, birds will build scrappy new nests year-round when you least expect them. Here are a few ways to successfully keep birds outside of your buildings.
Many people take notice to the unusual quietness of their barn during the winter months. This is often because they’re used to seeing blue barn swallows nesting and thriving on their property during the summer. Without their loud chirping and messy droppings, you may forget about the problems these pest birds can cause on your property. So where do all the barn swallows go during the winter?
As the corn gets higher the threat of bird damage to your crops grows as well. It’s important to make sure that you find the right bird deterrent before the issue becomes unmanageable. But with so many different types of bird repellents, finding the best one for you might feel difficult. Here are a few different types of bird deterrents that will help you stop birds from flying off with your profits.