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Chemical Bird Repellent vs. Electronic Bird Control

Whether at your home, business or farm, nuisance birds can cause major damage and create potential safety hazards for employees, guests and loved ones. While there are many forms of bird control on the market, it is important to consider the pros and cons of homemade bird repellent and products available on the market before choosing the right one to suit your individual needs. Two of the most common forms of bird control – electronic devices and chemical bird repellents – are examined below to help you decide which type of bird control is best for you.

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How to Get Rid of Birds Without Using Bird Spikes

Do you find yourself or your business wanting a better solution to bird control? Traditional methods like bird spikes can be an easy and discreet method, but they don’t always work. Avian Enterprises can help eliminate your bird problems with a simple solution that doesn’t harm the birds. We offer solutions for commercial, agricultural, residential and airports.

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How To Keep Birds Out of Your Shed and Garage

The sounds of birds chirping in the midst of the morning light can be a calming sound to wake up to, but can soon be the cause of a more troublesome encounter as those calming birds are soon invading your shed or garage. Often hard to detect, birds are agile in finding a protected and tranquil new home to nest in. In order to combat your new tenants, here are some ways to rid off your new intruders.

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Securing Sunflowers From Pesky Birds

It’s almost impossible to feel sad when looking at the tall, happy stalks of sunflowers. However, you may even shed a tear or two when you see the damage left behind from a few hungry birds who’ve picked apart your sunflower garden. Birds love the seeds from this flower, even if they haven’t yet ripened. Don’t let these pest birds ruin your happy garden, though. Apply these tactics to keep hungry beaks away from your sunflowers.

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