Fall is coming and you know what that means! It’s time to start growing your fall crops. Growing fall crops can be very enjoyable and worthwhile, but all of that hard work can go to waste if birds make your garden or farm their home. Fortunately, there are many different methods of bird control you can use to keep them off your carrots, cabbages and collards! Check out these tips on preparing for fall crops with bird control methods of all sorts.
Worldwide fans of wine know California is famous for its wine grapes and vineyards. California grape growers, on the other hand, may not be so famous. But it is these farmers who work hard to let us enjoy the fruits of their labor. That is, when irritating birds aren’t making the job more difficult than it is already. Birds can cause crop losses that cost grape growers thousands of dollars and hours of labor with no return. Fortunately for grape growers, there are several methods for how to protect California grapes for human enjoyment.
Pesky birds enjoy fruit from your cherry trees just as much as you do – and eat them faster. Birds are especially drawn to those delicious cherry trees you’ve spent hours tending. If you own cherry trees, it is vital to maintain and protect them all season long. Not using bird control will result in destroyed crops and money losses. Birds can outsmart your tactics because they adapt after a period of time. You must alternate methods to keep the birds away for good.
Are woodpeckers taking over your home or wood cabin? The woodpecker is not only loud, but the holes created by pecking can also lead to an insect infestation. Woodpeckers are most active in the spring months, although they usually stay in the same location all year, so now is the time to gain control over this loud bird. Keep woodpeckers away from your home and other locations this season with these simple tips.
Grackles are considered by many bird watchers to be the bullies of the bird species. The big grackle birds appear black from a distance and travel in large packs, typically found feeding in agricultural fields or yards. Because the bird pecks for food, it can wreak havoc on your land.
The snow is melted, the grass is greener and gardens are sprouting. You took the time to plant flowers, vegetables and fruits; so don’t let the birds reap the benefits! Whether spring arrived on time, or is still a little shy, now is the perfect time to master how to keep birds out of your garden this season.
The snow is melting, the grass is getting greener and the sweet melodies of birds migrating back to Michigan fill the air. The sounds of birds chirping may sound pleasant at first, but the messes they cause when spring is in full swing may not be so pleasant. Here are a few ways you can repel noisy birds so you can enjoy the warmer weather without their droppings.
Canadian Geese require no passport to fly into and freely inhabit American lands. They have been taking advantage of this perk for hundreds of years until colonials began to settle directly in their migratory paths. The Canadian Geese population dropped steadily into the 20th century, which led to the passing of the Federal Migratory Bird Act of 1918. Protection was granted to certain migratory birds between the U.S. and several countries to help boost the population. A complete list of protected species can be found here.