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Woodpeckers No More! Woodpecker Deterrents for the Home

  • Close off their food source
  • Try feeding the birds
  • Provide a tempting alternative
  • Do some decorating
  • Utilize chimes to scare them

While all birds can be irritating with their noisy sounds and 1-2 pounds of daily droppings, the woodpecker is known to leave behind some of the most damage. Not only is the woodpecker louder than an average birds chirping, but also they carve holes into your trees, decks and homes. Before any more damage can occur, follow a few of these suggestions to keep your home woodpecker-free.

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Netting Alternatives for Cherry Trees & Wine Grapes

  • Scare away unwanted birds
  • Give birds something else to eat
  • Implement liquid bird repellent

Your cherry trees and wine grapes are more than just tasty for you and your family, they’re also delicious snacks for hungry birds. Don’t waste your time and money with ineffective nets to protect your fruit. Instead, try these effective alternatives to bird netting.

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Bye Bye Birdie – Bird Repellent for Golf Courses

  • Use sound to scare pests
  • Show the birds who’s boss
  • Try a liquid bird repellent

Are birds trying to take over your golf course? Don’t let geese and other birds bother customers and get in the way of the their fun outing. Instead, get ahead of the game and banish unwanted birds before they cause any harm. Say bye bye birdie with some of these bird repellent techniques.

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Bird Control for Property Managers

  • Throw a net
  • Make some noise
  • Spray them away

If you’re a property manager, you are responsible for overseeing maintenance and providing a pleasant experience for your tenants. If a bird problem is not acted on, then harm may result to those renting the property. Pest birds can be disruptive, cause residents to complain or prevent possible tenants from moving in. Here are just a few ways you can keep birds off of their property:

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