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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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Removing Pigeons from Your Outdoor Living Space

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You’re not alone in your pigeon problem. Pigeons are an issue in both major cities and suburbs, and while the environments may be different, the methods of prevention or removal remain mostly the same. Below we share some of the most popular methods for pigeon removal and which one works the best, without affecting the appeal of your home.

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How to Get Rid of Canadian Geese

  • Set up swan decoys
  • Make your water unattractive
  • Scare off geese with sounds
  • Clean up after meals
  • Repel geese with Avian Migrate Goose and Bird Repellent

Have Canadian geese taken over your property? Canadian geese are territorial and known to often chase people when they feel threatened. Because they are protected by the Department of Natural Resources, certain precautions must be taken when dealing with Canadian geese. Here are some tips from for how you can legally get rid of Canadian geese for good with Avian Control.

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How to Bird proof Hanging Baskets Around the Home

How to Bird proof Hanging Baskets Around the Home

As the weather begins to get warmer and everyone begins to purchase hanging baskets for the home, birds start crafting their own homes in those very baskets. Hanging baskets provide shade and security and serve as a convenient location for birds to nest. Once a bird nests in a hanging basket, it’s tough to get rid of them until the egg hatches and their babies fly away. To bird proof from nesting in hanging baskets altogether, try these preventative tips for bird control.

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