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Tips For Protecting Your Corn From Pest Birds

The United States is the largest producer of corn in the world, reserving 96 million acres of land for rolling cornfields. Because of this, a good ear of sweet corn has become a summer staple for many families across the states. It’s also become a favorite for crows, starlings, magpies and other species of birds who can sometimes destroy entire crops of corn if not taken care of.

If you’re noticing an influx of birds and a decrease in corn production, you may want to utilize one or several of the following tasks to keep pesky birds out of your stalks.

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How to Keep Birds Out of Garages and Sheds

While birds may be pleasant guests to have in your backyard or garden, they can easily become a long-term nuisance when they stake a claim in your shed or garage. Often undetected for weeks or months at a time, birds will build scrappy new nests year-round when you least expect them. Here are a few ways to successfully keep birds outside of your buildings.

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How to Prevent Birds from Roosting & Nesting

People are finding that preventing birds from building their nests is a better way to deter birds from properties. If they learn not to even start building nests on your home or property, chances are there is a higher chance they won’t come back all season. Here are some tips on how to prevent birds from roosting and nesting on or around your property.

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Federal Regulations for Geese

Federal Regulations: What You Need to Know About Getting Rid of Canadian Geese

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.

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