Are you ready to put your bird problem behind you? Pest birds are a common problem amongst business owners. They make a mess and can disturb your customers. Keep the birds and geese away with these common tactics.
While birds can cause serious issues to your business’s landscapes and parking lots, a lot of the methods for removing them are harmful to both the bird and the environment. In honor of Earth Day, here are some eco-friendly ways to conveniently remove birds from your property.
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.
Whether you’re having a bird issue at home or at work, it’s certainly not something that should be ignored. When pest birds decide to make themselves at home, they can be quite difficult to get rid of. As birds congregate in large groups, they can be a major turnoff to customers and employees, and the messes they leave behind are certainly far from pleasant. Here is everything you need to know about how to get rid of birds on your roof once and for all.
Birds create unwanted messes, destroy vegetable gardens and can be a general nuisance to homeowners. In response, companies have flooded the market with bird control products that are often ineffective. Below, you’ll have a few positive and negative factors for dealing with your bird problems using homemade methods.
Geese are mostly harmless but they can leave behind an unsightly problem around your commercial business. If bothered, wild geese can become aggressive towards you and your customers, hindering daily operations. Remove these pest birds from your properties by making surrounding areas unappealing and uninhabitable to unwanted wild geese.
Green leaves emerging from the branches of bare trees and birds returning back to their nesting ground marks the beginning of spring. If you’re a blueberry farmer, spring brings back birds trying to snack on your ripe blueberries. To prevent pesky birds from damaging your crops, we’ve compiled a few tips to help you protect your blueberry bushes from pest birds.
When it comes to blueberries, humans aren’t the only ones that enjoy the tasty little treats. Birds like robins and starlings see your blueberry bushes as an easy meal. There are a handful of options when it comes to protecting your blueberry bushes from birds but not all are equally effective.
We are teaming up with vapor-based bird control company, BirdBuffer® at the World AG Expo. Together we have created an affordable and environmentally-friendly bird control solution for the agricultural industry.