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How to Prevent Bird Damage to Apartment Complexes

Managing or owning an apartment complex comes with many responsibilities. While you’re busy managing the complex, one of your main responsibilities outdoors may fall into controlling avian activity. They leave unwanted droppings all over sidewalks, on balconies and may even nest in overhangs. Here are some tips and tricks to preventing birds from taking over your apartment buildings.

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How To Deter Unwanted Geese From Your Property

Geese are among the largest birds in North America. Gathering in large groups, geese can destroy landscapes and leave behind a lot of waste. Geese repellent methods are often harmful to the birds and the environment or just don’t work. Finding an effective way to remove geese can be a challenge, but there are plenty of options out there.

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How to Keep Geese Away From Your Corporate Parking Lot

Geese can be a huge nuisance on corporate parking lots, entryways and walkways. Not only are these birds very territorial, their droppings will have tenants and guests tip-toeing around the property. We’ve discovered a few tips to help you eliminate unwanted geese from your corporate parking lots and surrounding areas.

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Check The Birds Out Of Your Hotel & Resort

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Guests often gather their first opinions of a hotel or resort by the condition of the exterior. Birds roosting on balconies or roofs can create a negative impression of any business, especially one where guests stay for an extended period of time. Keeping birds away from your hotel or resort property doesn’t have to be an expensive or elaborate task. Here are some options to keep birds away from your guests.

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Three Ways to Keep Birds Away From the Patio, Porch and Deck

Nothing beats relaxing and sitting on the porch during a warm summer night while listening to the bird’s chirp in the distance. However, the last thing any homeowner wants to do is clean up after those beautiful songbirds. The following tips are just a few ways to keep some separation between you and your feathered friends.

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